Welcome! I am a Ph.D. candidate in Political Science at Stanford University. I am interested in International Relations and Political Economy.

I study the impact of scientific and technological change on politics. A common theme across my research is how communities and governments react to the creation of knowledge, whether from the laboratory or the factory floor. Since scientific and technological innovations often do not respect national borders, most of my work looks at these questions through an international lens.

You can find my C.V.here.


Research

Peer-Reviewed:

Work in Progress:

The Politics of Technological Obsolescence
Scientific Consensus and Environmental Cooperation
Other work

Teaching

International Relations + Intro. Political Science

Methods


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