Borrowing from political sociology and political economy, my work focuses on how social cleavages shape democratic representation and resource allocation, possibly resulting in unfair outcomes. I use causal inference in observational data and game theorical analysis.


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)

Electoral Competition through Issue Selection [WP] [Supplementary appendix]
American Journal of Political Science (2016, with E. Aragonès and M. Castanheira)


Household Education Gaps and Gender Role Attitudes
Political Science Research and Methods (R&R, with D. Hope and Ø. Skorge)

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)


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)