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Department of Political Science, Columbia University
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Teaching interests include public policy and policy design, democratization, political economy, comparative democratic institutions, political parties and party institutionalization, research design, European policy and the European Union, and strategic behavior/game theory.  A summary of my teaching evaluations is available upon request.


Sample syllabi (feel free to email with questions or comments):

Reading History Forward: Natural Experiments in Historical Political Economy

Contemporary European Politics

Intro to Game Theory


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Current teachingLondon School of Economics

GV478: Political Science and Public Policy, MPA program 

Ec408 Quantitative Methods, MPA Program

Executive MPA and MPP programs, Institute of Public Affairs


Previous Teaching, London School of Economics

GV264: Politics and Institutions in Europe, (2016), lecturer for French Politics unit.

Gv101: Introduction to Political Science, (2014-2015), under Simon Hix.

  • Nominated for an LSE Student-Led Undergraduate Teaching Award, 2015.


Independent Teaching (Columbia University)

Contemporary European Politics, Summer 2012 and Summer 2014, Columbia University


Teaching Assistant (Columbia University)

  • Intro to Comparative Politics (undergraduate) with Prof. John Huber.
  • Game Theory I (graduate) with Prof. Macartan Humphreys.
  • Game Theory II (graduate) with Prof. Mike Ting.
  • Data Analysis and Statistics (undergraduate) with Prof. Bob Shapiro.