My Research Interests

My primary field is comparative politics/international relations. More specifically, I am interested in the interaction of the political environment (democracies, illiberal democracies, and authoritarian regimes) and differences in preferences and beliefs in the formation of voting behavior and political participation. Some of the issues that I am currently working on are 1) political accountability and delegation in illiberal democracies, 2) perceived corruption and political economy of redistribution, and lastly 3) contentious politics, social movements, and protests.

I am also broadly interested in formal theory and quantitative political methodology (causality and computational social sciences with text, image, and audio analysis).

You can find my published work and working papers under Publications and CV.

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