Thanks for visiting! I'm an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York.
My research interests are in international political economy with a focus on how global firms influence international relations. In particular, I study how foreign multinationals represent their interests in North America. I also investigate U.S.-China relations and the politics of international trade and investment.
I have completed my graduate studies at the University of Michigan earning a joint Ph.D. in Public Policy and Political Science along with Masters degrees in Political Science, Economics, and Public Policy Analysis.
Mobilization and Strategies: Comparing Trade Lobbying in the U.S. and Canada
Using a novel cross-country lobbying dataset, we highlight how differences in political institutions contribute to different trade lobbying across countries.