Fabian Seyrich obtained his bachelor degree in Economics from the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg. Throughout his bachelor studies he held tutorials in Microeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics and Mathematics for Economists. Fabian continued with the master in Economics at the Freie Universität Berlin which included an exchange semester at the University of Melbourne. During his master studies Fabian held tutorials in Macroeconomics for Managers at the University of Melbourne and worked as student assistant at the Chair of Macroeconomics and at the Chair of International Finance of the ESCP Europe. In his master thesis, Fabian analyzed how the replacement of the representative household by heterogeneous households generated by incomplete markets changes the sizes of the government consumption multiplier in a New Keynesian model. For his thesis, Fabian won the Prize in "Monetary Macroeconomics". His research interests is mainly focussed in the field of macroeconomics, particularly in fiscal and monetary policy and in DSGE models.