About me

I am a political economist currently pursuing a PhD at King's College London. My main interests are on the fields of political economy and public policy.

The bulk of my research focuses on the effects of external events, information provision and uncertainty on multi-dimensional policy preferences. My dissertation, which is being supervised by Dr. Konstantinos Matakos and Dr. Christel Koop, seeks to explain reversals in policy making and policy preferences. I am keen on incorporating insights from behavioral economics, as well as new data sources and measures, into my work.

Methodologically, I am interested in causal inference. Recently, I have also been learning about automated sampling and text analysis of digital data.

Please free to get in touch if you work on related topics!

Recent Awards and Grants

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)

3-year PhD Studentship (Scholarship) in Quantitative Political Economy, Department of Political Economy, King's College London