I’m a political economist with a research interest in legislative favoritism, regulatory predictability and the broader political economy of finance. I’m currently working as a postdoctoral fellow for the OSUN-funded project “Global Corruption Observatory” at the Department of Public Policy, Central European University. The Observatory collects novel legislative data, develops legislative predictability measures, creates corruption indicators and probes the effects of legislative favoritism on company performance in countries around the world.
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PhD in Political Economy, 2022
Central European University (AT)
M.A. in Political Science, 2016
Central European University (HU)
B.A. in Political Science, 2014
University of Freiburg (DE)
Part of the Global Corruption Observatory at the Department of Public Policy. Responsibilities include: