I am a Fellow at the Department of Government, London School of Economics and Political Science as of September 2019. I recently received my Ph.D. (August 2019) in Political Science from the University of Rochester.
My research and teaching interests are in formal theory, international relations, and political economy. I am primarily interested in the design of international organizations, interest group politics, and the economics of information and organizations.
- Persuasive Lobbying with Allied Legislators (R&R at American Journal of Political Science)
Works in Progress
- Designing Political Order (with Scott Abramson and Brenton Kenkel)
- International Coordination and Institutional Design (with Nicolas Riquelme)
- Restricting Access to Invite Expertise: A model of lobbying in international organizations
- Should We Let Interest Groups Learn From Their Competitors?
- Scapegoating Bureaucrats (with Varun Karekurve-Ramachandra and Lawrence Rothenberg)
- Communication and Delay in Sovereign Debt Crises (with Randall Stone)
Teaching as Instructor
- Data Analysis I (PSC 200), Summer 2019, Rochester
- Introductory Mathematics for Political Science (GV4J7), Fall (week 1), LSE (Graduate)
- Intro to International Relations (PSC 106), Fall 2016, Rochester
- Positive Political Theory (PSC 408), Spring 2017, Rochester (Graduate)
- Probability and Inference (PSC 404), Fall 2017, Rochester (Graduate)
- Game Theory (PSC 288), Spring 2018, Rochester
- Intro to Positive Political Theory (PSC 107), Spring 2019, Rochester
- Game Theory for Political Science (GV4C8), Fall 2019, LSE (Graduate)
- Political Science and Political Economy (GV481), Fall 2019, LSE (Graduate)
Department of Government
London School of Economics
Centre Building 3.10
London, UK WC2A 2AE