Dr Krzysztof Krakowski
Lecturer in Political Economy
Krzysztof Krakowski is a lecturer in the Department of Political Economy since 2024. Before joining King’s College London, he was an assistant professor of political science at the Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin.
He received his PhD in 2018 from the European University Institute in Florence, where he was awarded Josip Peić Prize for the best thesis in political and social sciences. He completed his MSc studies at the University of Oxford and worked in United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime in Kenya.
Tuesday: 15.30 -16.30
Wednesday: 10.30 - 11.30
Office hours are in-person in Bush House north east wing, room 8.09, by prior appointment.
Krzysztof’s research focuses on comparative politics and political economy. He is particularly interested in political and inter-group conflict and informal/extra-legal governance.
For more information on Krzysztof’s ongoing projects, visit his personal website: https://krzyskrakowski.github.io/
Elections and Voting Behaviour
Krzysztof is interested in supervising the following topics:
- Quantitative political economy
- Political violence
- Identity politics
- Authoritarian politics
All latest publications are available at Krzysztof’s personal website: https://krzyskrakowski.github.io/