Research Projects

My research lies at the intersection of political economy, comparative politics, and political sociology. In other words, I am mostly interested in how political decisions in democratic countries impact economic outcomes and vice versa. Trained in both economics and politics in the midst of the Great Recession, I am especially interested in the politics of economic crises when existing laws and theories about how the economy functions do not hold anymore. In order to study these extraordinary times, I combine both quantitative and qualitative methods eclectically. At the moment, I work on the following broad research projects:

Other Work in Progress: