I principally study the comparative political economy of industrialized societies, generally employing formal and statistical methods. In particular, I am interested in party competition across multiple dimensions, institution formation and political responses to globalization. My current research examines party competition, income inequality, tax policy and electoral turnout.I studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics and received a BA from St Anne's College, Oxford in 2008. Subsequently, I received an MSc in Politics Research (Comparative Politics) from Nuffield College, Oxford in 2010. In the year between my studies I worked as a financial services and statistical researcher in the House of Commons Library.
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