Research Projects

My research lies at the intersection of international and comparative political economy, comparative politics, and political behavior. I primarily study the politics of economic policies, examining various interactions between party politics, public opinion, and the economy. Trained in both economics and politics in the midst of the Great Recession, I am especially interested in the politics of economic crises when distributional conflicts gain salience and become politicized. I thus collect new data and use quantitative and qualitative methods to explain conflicts about economic policies within and between countries. At the moment, I work on the following broad research projects: