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Government Department, CON 5.10
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a.e.cirone@lse.ac.uk

 

Columbia University

Department of Political Science, Columbia University
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Upcoming presentations (for past presentations click here):

LSE Historical Political Economy Conference, February 2017

UK PolEcon Conference, London, May 2017

Nottingham NICEP Political Economy Conference, June 2017

LSE-NYU Political Economy Conference, June 2017

EPSA, Milan, June 2017

Bremen, July 2017

APSA, San Francisco, September 2017

ECPR, Oslo, September 2017

 

I am currently a Research Fellow in the Government Department of the London School of Economics (LSE), in the political economy group (PSPE). 

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.