I am a Professor at the UNSW Business School and an ARC Future Fellow.
Before joining UNSW, I received my PhD in Economics from Boston University in 2011.
My primary research field is Political Economics. I study how the institutions and technologies controlling the transmission of information affect elections, voting, and policymaking. More broadly, I am interested in the design of democratic institutions capable to withstand negative economic and social shocks. Visit the Resilient Democracy Lab website to learn more.
R&R at Review of Economic Studies
2021 SIOE Oliver Williamson Best Conference Paper Award
With Barton E. Lee
15 minutes of fame
Anything else, really