With a background on economics and international relations, I have a multidisciplinary approach to my areas of interest, which span across the fields of comparative politics—party competition, voting behaviour, democracy and representation; and political sociology—social class, political attitudes, and political conflict; with a regional focus on Southern Europe.
My research is broadly driven by my interest in the political translation of the socioeconomic transformations that globalisation has brought about in advanced capitalist societies in the last decades. Amongst other things, I have studied the emergence of new parties, economic and political grievances, and the structure and transformation of political conflict.
Concretely, my dissertation focuses on the restructuring of political conflict in Southern Europe in the shadow of the Great Recession.
I am available by email and always happy to have a coffee!