I am a first year PhD student under the supervision of Professor Antonio Nicolò.
I am interested in public choice and bargaining games, particularly in the context of International Environmental Agreements (IEAs). My primary focus is on the determinants of bargaining power in IEA negotiations; key factors may include domestic political salience – particularly as the climate problem becomes palpable; and regime type (i.e. democratic versus nondemocratic).
I completed my MSc in Economics at The University of St Andrews, Scotland (2020) and my BA&Sc in Mathematics and Economics at McGill University, Québec (2019).
- Public Choice
- Political Economy
- Game Theory