Assistant Professor in Political Behavior, King's College London

Department of Political Economy, KCL. 30 Aldwych (Bush House). London WC2B 4BG. UK


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I'm an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Economy of King's College London. I received a PhD in political science from the Université catholique de Louvain in 2013, and worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Research Chair in Electoral Studies of the Université de Montréal between 2012 and 2015.

My research lies at the intersection of political behavior, political economy, and comparative politics. Political scientists would say that my approach is rational choice, but economists would say that I'm behavioralist. Right now, I'm particularly interested in using voting experiments to better understand the dynamics of elections, although I also sometimes use observational methods for the same purpose. In the past, I've worked on the development of Configurational Comparative Methods such as QCA. My work appears in Comparative Political Studies, the European Journal of Political Research, and Political Science Research and Methods, among other journals. I'm also convening the ECPR Standing Group on Comparative Political Institutions.

At King’s College London, I teach about elections, comparative politics, and quantitative methods. I'm also Director of the undergraduate program in politics.