About me

I am a political scientist, working as an assistant professor in comparative politics at Durham University.

My work focuses on electoral representation, with an additional interest in the politics of energy and climate. I study the behaviour of various actors of electoral representation, such as citizens at elections and their representatives in parliaments.

Methodologically, I am interested in causal inference with observational and experimental data, textual analysis, and surveys.

Before joining Durham University, I was a post-doctoral researcher first at the University of Lucerne and then at the University of Oslo.

I completed my PhD in 2017 at the University of Vienna. During my PhD, I was based at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna, which funded my studies.