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Biography

Andrew joined the Department of Political Economy in September 2018. His research focuses on the causes and implications of electoral instability and party system change in the context of a globalised international political economy. He is particularly focused in applying quantitative methods to address these topics.

Andrew holds an MSc in International Political Economy from the London School of Economics and a BA in Politics and Economics from University College Dublin. In addition to his own research, Andrew has previous teaching experience in economics and has collaborated with a number of academics on various research projects.

Doctoral Research

External Sources of Instability: How Does Globalisation Affect Electoral Volatility?

Research Interests

  • Comparative Political Economy
  • International Political Economy
  • Parties and Party Systems

Supervisors

Dr Damien Bol and Dr Marco Giani