I am Associate Professor of Economics and UNSW Scientia Fellow at UNSW Business School.
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 election campaigns and policymaking. More broadly, I am interested in the role played by noisy information in politics, from armed conflicts to voting.
R&R at American Economic Review
15 minutes of fame
Anything else, really