Lennart Kraft


Electronic Commerce
Policy and Economics
Data Ethics


Lennart Kraft is a PhD student in Quantitative Economics at Goethe University Frankfurt since 2016. He works as a research assistant at Prof. Skiera’s chair of Electronic Commerce at Goethe University Frankfurt. He also works as senior data manager at the Financial Data Repository at Leibniz Institute for Sustainable Architecture for Finance in Europe. Previously, he worked as research and teaching assistant at Prof. Entorf’s chair of Econometrics at Goethe University Frankfurt.

At work Lennart Kraft is interested data analysis as well as solving problems regarding data management and data ethics.

He obtained his Master and Bachelor Degree in Economics at Goethe University Frankfurt. During this time, he worked as a student assistant at the department of Applied Econometrics and International Economic Policy, at the Center for Business Ethics, both part of Goethe University Frankfurt, and co-founded the Frankfurt branch of 180 Degrees Consulting.



Leibniz Institute for Sustainable Architecture for Finance in Europe (LIF-SAFE)

Institute of Labor Economics (IZA)


Moozhipurath, Rahul Kalippurayil / Kraft, Lenart / Skiera, Bernd (2020), “Evidence of Protective Role of Ultraviolet-B (UVB) Radiation in Reducing COVID-19 Deaths”, Scientific Reports, 10:17705, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-74825-z