I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Politics Department at New York University and a Research Officer at the Center of Experimental Social Science, Nuffield College, University of Oxford since December 2016. I specialize in Comparative Politics, Behavioral Political Economy Experiments and Political Methodology, with focus on the United States and Europe.
My dissertation on policy feedback effects examines how individual preferences translate into political choices. I find that cognition and the information environment, through policies and institutions, can effectively reverse the expressed direction of social emancipation preferences. I have additional research works on the biology of politics, comparative political economy and political experimentation methods. For question, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Committee: Rebecca Morton (Chair), Chris Dawes, Eric Dickson
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