Welcome! I am currently fixed-term faculty in the Department of Political Science at Michigan State University, where I teach courses on data science and comparative politics. My dissertation focused on the rise and rule of radical-right parties in Europe. I received my Ph.D. from Michigan State in May of 2021.

My subfields of study include Comparative Politics and Quantitative Research Methodology. Broadly, I study comparative political economy and electoral institutions.

Specifically, I am interested in populism, radical parties, electoral regimes, democratic stability, economic development, income inequality, and statistical modeling techniques.

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