In my research I investigate why political elites in ethnically divided societies decide to cooperate rather than fight one another, how economic inequality between ethnic groups develops over time, and what effects international intervention has on the stability of ethnic power sharing.
PhD in Political Science, 2014
Visiting PhD Researcher, 2012
University of Pittsburgh
MA in Political Science, 2010
Below you find a selection of courses I have taught in recent years. I also frequently teach workshops on the statistical programming language R with a focus on data management, graphics, and geographic information systems (GIS). Get in touch if you would like me to teach such a workshop.