Papers, projects, political science
I am a research fellow in the Institutions and Political Inequality research unit at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB). I obtained my Ph.D. in Comparative Politics in August 2017, from the Central European University, Budapest, with a topic at the intersection of political economy and political behavior: how the dynamics between party ideological shifts, economic inequality, and individual-level political participation unfold over time. In my current work I investigate what are the macro-level determinants of political inequality between socio-economic groups, and how these political imbalances spill over into political processes. I frequently rely on R, LaTeX and Emacs for my work, and on coffee to get me through the headaches caused by the first three.
If you're interested in my work, please check the following links for an updated CV, copies of papers I'm currently working on or which have been already published, materials from some of the workshops I've held or assisted with over the years, presentation slides, R scripts which I find useful in my work, data sets I've collected over the years, and a collection of links (mostly about statistics) with helpful information.
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ManuelPS: If you're interested in scheduling a meeting, please check here and then write me an email; we can work something out.