I am a lecturer (assistant professor) in economics at City, University of London. My research interests are in political economy and organisational economics. I use both theoretical and empirical methods to study how information affects the behaviour of agents in public organisations such as bureaucrats, lobbyists, or activists. Most recently, my research has explored the dynamic aspect of political influence to inform policy debates on lobbying regulations. More information on my research is available in the research section and on my Google Scholar profile. I was previously an assistant professor at the University of Vienna. I completed my PhD at the London School of Economics in 2019.

Contact details: