These are some of the PhD students I have supervised while at Oxford and information about their work:
· Rebecca Mann.
Dissertation: “Who Reforms? The Political Economy of Digital Infrastructure.”
Completed in 2023. Co-supervised with Robin Harding.
· Catarina Leão Neves Ribeiro Dos Santos.
Dissertation: “Autocratic Legacies and Immunisation Against Extremism: A Rational Choice Approach.”
Completed in 2023. Co-supervised with David Doyle.
· Julia du Pont de Romemont.
Dissertation: “Paying for Resentment: Positional Competition, Immigration and Support for Redistribution.”
Completed in 2022.
· Joonas Taras.
Dissertation: “Essays in Comparative Political Economy: Bureaucracy and Participation in Policymaking.”
Completed in 2022.
· Filip Bubenheimer.
Dissertation: “The Politics of Judicial Review in Inter-War Europe.”
Completed in 2021. Co-supervised with Ezequiel Gonzalez-Ocantos.
· Tanushree Goyal.
Dissertation: “Representation from Below: How Women Mobilize Inside Parties.”
Completed in 2021. Co-supervised with Robin Harding.
· Raluca Pahontu.
Dissertation: “By Popular Demand: Voter Decision Making under Risk.”
Completed in 2020. Co-supervised with Desmond King.
· Gerda Hooijer.
Dissertation: “Immigration, Altruism, and Attitudes towards the Welfare State.”
Completed in 2019. Co-supervised with Desmond King.
· Verena Fetscher (University of Mannheim).
Dissertation: “Who Cares about the Poor? Intertemporal and Interpersonal Determinants for Other-Regarding Preferences.”
Completed in 2019. Co-supervised with Daniel Stegmueller.
· Karl Kahn.
Dissertation: “Crime and Equality, or Crime and Punishment? Population Heterogeneity and Fear of Crime as Determinants of Redistribution Preferences.”
Completed in 2019.
· Nils Röper.
Dissertation: “The Politics of Framing: Foreign Ideas and German Pensions.”
Completed in 2019. Co-supervised with Jane Gingrich.
· Allison Spencer Hartnett.
Dissertation: “Redistributive Authoritarianism: Land Reform and Leader Tenure in the Middle East and North Africa.”
Completed in 2018. Co-supervised with Adeel Malik.
· Inyoung Cho.
Dissertation: “The Political Economy of Inequality in Developing Countries: Trajectories from Industrialization to Inequality.”
Completed in 2018.
· Barbara Zarate Tenorio.
Dissertation: “Social Policy, Protest Participation and Violent Crime in Latin America.”
Completed in 2015. Co-supervised with Martin Seeleib-Kaiser.
· Jason Hecht (Cornell University).
Dissertation: “Inequality in the Worst of Times: Recessions and Public Concern For Income Inequality in Europe and the United States.”
Completed in 2014. Co-supervised with Chris Anderson, Sid Tarrow and Chris Way.
· Irene Menendez Gonzalez.
Dissertation: “The Politics of Compensation under Trade: Openness, Economic Geography and Spending.”
Completed in 2014. Co-supervised with Pablo Beramendi.
· Francesc Amat.
Dissertation: “Redistribution in Parliamentary Democracies: The Role of Second-Dimensional Identity Politics.”
Completed in 2013. Co-supervised with Pablo Beramendi.
· Ignacio Jurado.
Dissertation: “The Politics of Distribution.”
Completed in 2012.
· Timo Idema.
Dissertation: “Brain Power: The Political Economy of Higher Education.”
Completed in 2011.
· Lucie Cerna.
Dissertation: “The Governance of High-Skilled Immigration Policies in Advanced Industrial Countries.”
Completed in 2009. Co-supervised with Martin Ruhs.
· Tim Hicks.
Dissertation: “Strategic Partisan Policy Seekers.”
Completed in 2009. Co-supervised with David Soskice.
· Roger Barker.
Dissertation: “Competition, Parties, and the Determinants of Change in European Corporate Governance: A Macro-Comparative Analysis.”
Completed in 2008.
· Marco Hernandez.
Dissertation: “The State, Capital, and Economic Statecraft: The Political Economy of State-Business Relations in Peru and Chile.”
Completed in 2008. Co-supervised with Rosemary Thorp.