My main research interests are in the fields of political behaviour and political economy. I am particularly interested in how early life experiences shape individuals’ political preferences and behaviours, and how policy interventions can affect the political socialisation process. I use quantitative research methods with a focus on quasi-experimental methods. You can read more about my research here.
Before coming to the LSE, I worked as a researcher at the Children’s Legal Centre in London. I hold a Master’s degree from Sciences Po Paris and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of York.