I am Associate Professor and PhD Director at the Economics Department of the University of Manchester. I joined the Department in 2006, after graduating from the University of London with a PhD in Economics, under the supervision of Prof Marco Mariotti. During the academic year of 2007-08, I was Research Fellow at the Wallis Institute of Political Economy of the University of Rochester. After successfully concluding this visit, I re-joined Manchester University in August 2008 as a permanent faculty member.
My research interests lie in the fields of microeconomic theory and game theory, with a focus on political economy and social choice. My current work centres on formal and experimental models of redistributive politics and voting mechanisms. My research has appeared in journals such as Economic Theory, Games and Economic Behavior, Journal of Economic Theory, and Theoretical Economics, among others.
You can find more information about me on my CV, on the research and teaching pages linked above, and on my profiles in Google Schoolar, RePEc, and the UoM.