I am an Assistant Professor of political science at LMU Munich. I received my Ph.D. from Yale in May 2018.
l study political behavior and political economy from a U.S. and comparative perspective. I am particularly interested in the consequences of behavioral decision-making and institutional context for democratic representation and governance.
My current research agenda investigates the psychological and institutional factors that shape time preferences in political behavior. The goal is to study interventions that encourage citizens to become more politically engaged and take more sustainable political decisions.