I am a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Political Science, Government, and International Affairs at Tel Aviv University. My research interests include immigration policy, political economy (international and comparative), political behavior, and experimental methods.
I use experimental and statistical methods to study the political impact of globalization. My dissertation particularly deals with the conditions under which immigration policies cause or mitigate public backlash and political instability, with implications for immigration policy design. Other facets of globalization I study include financial crises and foreign direct investment and how they shape or interact with political outcomes.
My research has appeared or is forthcoming in the academic journals International Organization, British Journal of Political Science, Political Studies, and Regulation & Governance. I received my B.A. in Economics and Political Science and M.A. in Political Science from Tel Aviv University.