I am a post-doc (LSE Fellow) at the Department of Methodology at the London School of Economics and Political Science. In my research, I am interested in the field of political economy by examining the political and electoral behaviour of individual voters. Furthermore, in collaboration with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, I study the economics and politics of climate change. As a quantitative scholar, I use causal inference and machine learning methods to evaluate the impact of policies on various individual and societal outcomes. I teach (and have taught) graduate (MSc and PhD) and undergraduate courses on causal inference, quantitative research methods, regression analysis, data science, machine learning, social policy and political economy. I hold a PhD from Oxford, a master's degree from LSE, and a bachelor's degree from Zeppelin University.
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