I am an interdisciplinary political economist, data scientist, and consultant.
My academic research focuses on economic policy, political behavior, and the interface between institutions and markets, specifically related to monetary, health, and regulatory policy. My doctoral research focused on US health policy, while my current work focuses on detecting and measuring dissonance within monetary policy committees as a signal of macroeconomic uncertainty.
I write and speak about a range of issues related to political economy, including economic policy, fiscal and monetary policy, health policy, elections and polling, legislative and presidential politics, constitutional law, and the law and political economy of the commercial space sector.
I earned my BA in Economics, Political Science & Philosophy (with honors) from New York University, my MSc in Political Theory (with distinction) and my PhD in Political Science & Political Economy from The London School of Economics. I have completed specialist courses in international relations and law at Harvard University, The Hague Academy of International Law, the EUI's Academy of European Law, and the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.
I am a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, the Royal Astronomical Society, the Royal Geographical Society, and a STEM Ambassador. I have taught at New York University and The London School of Economics and previously was a Fellow of the American Institute for Economic Research, a Fellow of the People for the American Way Foundation, and an A.T. Kearney Scholar.
I split my time between Boston, New York, and London.