I hold a PhD in political science from Emory University (Summer 2019). My areas of interest are international relations and empirical implications of theoretical models (EITM). Particularly, I study how international politics are shaped by states’ domestic politics. In my dissertation, I theoretically and empirically explore when citizens politically punish their leader’s bargaining decisions and when this punishment dissuades the leader from reneging on public commitments in international settings. I received Master in Public Policy degree from the Harvard University in 2009 and Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations and Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania in 2006.
Domestic explanation of international relations (conflict and IPE), International law, State compliance, EITM, Formal model, Experimental design, Quantitative methods
International relations, International political economy, Conflict, Formal model, Quantitative methods, Research design
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