From October 2016, I will start as Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Politics at Newcastle’s University Department of Politics, and will be associated to Newcastle’s OpenLab.

I recently obtained my PhD from the Department of Political ScienceUniversity College London. Prior to joining Newcastle, I was a postdoctoral Research Associate at the School of Government and Public PolicyUniversity of Strathclyde, working as part of the team behind the ESCR funded Representative Audit of Britain project, part of Parliamentary Candidates UK. During that time, I was also part of the Constitution Unit team as a research associate.

My research interests include political behaviour, comparative politics, social media and politics, and political methodology. My doctoral research aimed to provide a general theory of online social capital and its effects on political participation. My research now focuses on electoral politics, elite politics (candidates and legislators), techniques for latent variable estimation, and innovative forms of community engagement and participation

In this website you can find info about my research, teaching and other stuff.

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