I am a postdoctoral fellow at the Watson Institute for International & Public Affairs and the William R. Rhodes Center for International Economics & Finance, both at Brown University. I received my Ph.D. in Government from Harvard University in March 2019, and lectured at the London School of Economics in 2018-2019.

I study state-market relations in comparative and historical perspective, with a regional focus on Europe and the United States. 

In my current book project, I examine the causes and consequences of the Atlantic divide in antitrust, identifying the political origins and economic effects of contemporary differences in European and American competition policy.

I have also completed research projects on the politics of the European Union. These include articles that empirically assess the impact of the Euro-crisis on the European public’s trust in government, evaluate whether European integration has encouraged more adversarial regulatory approaches, and explore the role of economic patriotism on financial regulatory reform following the 2008-2009 global financial crisis.

Currently, I am working on collaborative projects on compensation and European populism, economic interests and public support for the European Union, and populism and democratic theory.