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I am an Assistant Professor (Lecturer in the UK) of Economics in the Department of Political Economy at King's College London. Previously, I was a post-doctoral researcher at LSE's Department of Government (2013 - 2015) and a visiting assistant professor in Political Economy at the University of Rochester's Wallis Institute. I have completed my PhD in Economics at the University of Warwick (2012).

My primary research fields are Political Economy, Positive Political Science, Public Economics and Applied Microeconomics. In my research, I utilize both formal modelling and systematic empirical analysis. 

I am particularly interested in the political economy of redistribution and inequality, the politics of identity and race, the design of electoral institutions and their effects on polarization, electoral competition and participation, machine politics and corruption, electoral behaviour and formal models of elections. 

My most recent published work focuses on the linkages between economic and political inequality and the effects of electoral institutions on electoral competition, the structure of the party-system, and polarization.

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