Borrowing from political sociology and political economy, my work focuses on how social cleavages shape democratic representation and resource allocation, possibly resulting in discriminatory or unequal outcomes. Methodologically, I use causal inference in observational data and game theorical analysis.
Papers on democracy
"The Effect of COVID-19 Lockdowns on Political Support: Some Good News for Democracy?" [WP]
European Journal of Political Research (2020, with D. Bol, A. Blais and P.J. Loewen)
- Featured in Alternatives Economiques, Democratic Audit, Democratic Decay, Democracy digest, Kcl news, L'Echo, La Libre, Le Vif, LSE blog, PsyPost, RTBF, UDEM Nouvelles, VoxEU, World Pandemic Research Network
Papers on discrimination
"Fear without Prejudice in the Shadow of Jihadist Threat"
Comparative Political Studies (forthcoming)
"Global Racist Contagion following Donald Trump's Election" [WP]
British Journal of Political Science (2019, with P-G. Méon)
Papers on inequality
"Inclusion without Solidariety: Education, Economic Security, and Attitudes towards Redistribution" [WP]
Political Studies (2020, with M. Gelepithis)
"It's a Match! Non-Parametric Imputation of European Abstainers’ Vote" [WP]
Political Science Research and Methods (2019, with D. Bol)