About me

I am a political economist by training and my primary research areas are on the fields of political behavior, political economy and European politics.

I am particularly interested in understanding how external events, specifically transboundary crises, and sociopolitical influences, such as social norms and social movements, shape the formation and evolution of political attitudes and behavior, including political trust, group identity, outgroup hostility, and electoral behavior.

My methodological focus lies in causal inference. I do field and survey experiments, explore quasi-experimental events, and use applied causal inference with machine learning.

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Recent Awards and Grants

Circle U. Seed Funding, European University Alliance

King’s Together Rapid COVID-19 call, King’s College London

ABTA Doctoral Researcher Award, 1st Place in Management and Social Sciences

Young Academics Program Fellow, Global Relations Forum (GRF)

PhD Scholarship in Quantitative Political Economy, Department of Political Economy, King's College London