Researcher and Lecturer at the Department of Psychological & Behavioural Science at the London School of Economics. Currently also a Research Advisor to Gallup.
My research primarily focuses on using applied microeconometrics to examine behavioral phenomena in politics and economics with large, naturally occurring data sets.
More details on current work can be found under Research. Current working papers are available on SSRN & Google Scholar.
Recent work has been covered in the press such as in The Economist, The Guardian, The Nation, Kathimerini (Greek) & To Vima (Greek).
Causal Inference for Behavioural Science – MSc in Behavioural Science (PB4A7)
Lectures: Monday 10:00-11:00
Seminars: Monday 12:00-16:00
Office Hours: Tuesday 11:30-13:00
Currently, I am a co-Investigator at a BA/Leverhulme Small Grant (2023), two (2) Horizon 2020 funded projects (PARTICIPATION, REFUGE-ED) (2021), and a Leverhulme Trust funded project on the informal labor market in Lebanon.
More details can be found under Funding.