Andreas Kraitzek, M.Sc.

Research Assistant

Office: Technical University of Munich
Marsstraße 20–22 (rear building)
80335 Munich
Room 473, 4th floor
Phone: +49 89 289 23211
E-Mail:  Andreas Kraitzek
Office hours:

during the Covid-Pandemic only virtual

meetings possible, please contact me via E-mail

  • Since 03/2020 Research Assistant at the Assistant Professorship for Business, Economics and Vocational Education (Prof. Dr. Manuel Förster), TUM School of Education, Technical University of Munich.
  • 06/2017 - 02/2020 Research Assistant at the Chair of Business and Human Resource Education
    (Dep. Prof. Dr. Manuel Förster) at Otto-Friedrich-University in Bamberg.
  • Since 03/2017 Test coordinator at IEA Hamburg (i.a. data collection at E-TIMSS and BerO).
  • 04/2014 - 09/2016 Master´s Degree in Business and Human Resource Education at Otto-Friedrich-University in Bamberg (Prof. Dr. Detlef Sembill and Prof. Dr. Karin Heinrichs), second subject: English and American Studies (Degree: Master of Science).
  • 04/2011 - 03/2014 Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with a major in Business and Economics Education, second subject: English and American Studies (Degree: Bachelor of Science).
  • 2008 – 2010 Bavarian Tax Authority, Tax Office Bayreuth and University of Applied Sciences with Focus on Management, Law and Jurisdiction Herrsching.
  • 2006 – 2007 Civilian service.
  • 2006 General higher education entrance qualification, Gymnasium Eschenbach, Upper Palatinate.
  • Born 1986 in Kemnath, Upper Palatinate.

  • Test development and adaptation
  • Financial literacy
  • Measurement and modeling of economic competences
  • Stress-strain-coping in schools, training, and at the workplace
  • Empirical teaching and learning research
  • EyeTracking and Emotion Recognition

Test and concept development to assess and promote financial literacy in young learners

Preparing students and young adults for life includes preparing them to handle money and financial resources responsibly. In addition to the adaptation and validation of an existing international testing instrument, the project aims at developing complex and competence-oriented examination materials as well as teaching concepts for young learners of vocational schools. Goal is the valid assessment of basic financial knowledge and, subsequently, the systematic promotion and assessment of the financial competence in students and young adults.