Since February 2017, Jens Lausen is a research associate at the chair of e-Finance and in the research area "Data Science for Financial Services" of the efl. Within his research, he focuses on empirical research in the areas of market microstructure, regulatory impact analysis, and decision support systems in finance and financial regulation using structured and unstructured data.
Jens Lausen received a Bachelor’s degree in Management and Economics and a Master’s degree in Management from Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz. He completed his Master’s degree with a major in finance and graduated best of his year. During his studies he worked as tutor at the chairs of Financial Economics (Prof. Isabel Schnabel) and Banking (Prof. Dietmar Leisen) of Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz and studied a semester abroad at the University of Agder in Norway. Furthermore, working at R+V Insurance and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Jens Lausen gained professional experience in the fields of Business Analytics, Management Accounting, and Asset Management Regulation. In October 2021, he successfully completed his doctoral studies in finance and information systems. In his dissertation he dealt with the topics of "Market Organization and Investor Protection in Digital Financial Markets".