Upcoming presentations (for past presentations click here):
LSE Historical Political Economy Conference, February 2017
Nottingham NICEP Political Economy Conference, June 2017
EPSA, Milan, June 2017
Bremen, July 2017
APSA, San Francisco, September 2017
ECPR, Oslo, September 2017
In June 2017 I defended my PhD in political science at Columbia University in New York, advised by John Huber.
My research interests center on comparative institutions and multi-level governance, historical political economy, and legislative institutions in Europe, as well as European Union politics.
I am co-organizer of the Historical Political Economy Working group, and have organized a number of conferences on the same topic. For information about the recent LSE Historical Political Economy conference in February 2017, click here.
At the LSE, I currently teach Gv478: Political Science and Public Policy and the math/statistics pre-sessional the MPA program, and in the Executive MPA program. At Columbia, I have independently taught courses on contemporary European politics, and have served as a teaching assistant for statistics and game theory courses. For more information on teaching, please click here.