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University of Oxford (2019/20)

    • Postdoctoral researcher in international climate policy
    • Climate Econometrics, Nuffield College


University of Oxford (2015--2019)

    • DPhil, International Relations (completed in May 2019)
    • Dissertation topic: State participation in climate governance institutions and states’ greenhouse gas mitigation targets in the Paris Agreement on Climate Change
    • Supervisor: Professor Duncan Snidal
    • Joint graduate studentship (scholarship) in Politics and International Relations from the Department of Politics and International Relations and Christ Church (full fees and living expenses)
    • QStep graduate scholar, departmental writing up award, Christ Church (college) maintenance grant, Christ Church (college) travel grant, departmental travel grant
    • MPhil, International Relations, 2015

University of British Columbia (2008-2013)

    • BA (Honours), Political Science and International Relations, 2013
    • Goel Prize in Political Science, Dean’s List, Trek Excellence Scholarship, President’s Entrance Scholarship
    • Full-year undergraduate exchange at Sciences Po Paris (2010/11)

Refereed journal publications

Articles under review

    • "Does institutional proliferation undermine cooperation? Evidence from climate change."

Working papers

    • "Informality and bias in studies of international organizations." (with Charles Roger)
    • "The new terrain of global governance: Mapping membership and fragmentation across international organizations." (with Charles Roger)
    • "Climate shocks and the supply and demand for climate governance.''


    • American Political Science Association (APSA): 2018
    • Environmental Politics and Governance (EPG): 2019
    • International Political Economy Society (IPES): 2017
    • International Studies Association (ISA): 2018, 2019
    • Political Economy of International Organization (PEIO): 2018, 2019
    • UN Climate conference (UNFCCC COP): 2017/COP23

Teaching experience

    • Statistical methods for the social sciences (graduate-level, teaching assistant), Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford (2017/18; 2018/19)
    • Undergraduate politics thesis supervision (2017/18)