I am a political economist by training and my main interests are in the fields of political economy and political behavior.
My research focuses on how and when political elites and citizens change policy positions, especially on multi-layered issues such as immigration. I study how politicians develop and communicate multi-dimensional policies, and how citizens' own experiences influence these dynamics.
Additionally, within the context of the COVIDEU project, I study how transboundary crises affect political attitudes and behavior, focusing on ways to improve citizen support for costly policies.
Methodologically, I am interested in causal inference. I conduct field and survey experiments, and study quasi-experimental events. Recently, I have also been learning about applied causal inference with machine learning.
Please free to get in touch if you work on related topics!
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