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LSE Fellows

Shan Aman Rana

Shan Aman-Rana

I am a PhD Economics student here at the London School of Economics and Political Science. I completed a MSc. Economics from the London School of Economics. 

My research interests include the economics of violence, personnel economics and social economics. 

Office hours: 5pm-6pm every Tuesday in SAR.B.10 . 


Jonathan Colmer

I am a PhD candidate, and fellow, at the London School of Economics based at the Centre for Economic Performance.

My research focuses on the intersection of Development and Environmental Economics with topics in Labour, Productivity, and Trade. Before starting at the LSE, Jonathan graduated with a BA(Hons) in Economics and MSc in Economics from the University of Exeter, where he specialised in Growth, Development, and Public Economics.

Office hours: TBD


Sebastian Koehler

I studied political science and economics at the University of Mannheim. I hold a doctoral degree in political science from the University of Mannheim.

My research interests are in the fields of political economy and analytical politics. In particular, I’m interested in the analysis of legislative processes as well as strategic decision-making. My main theoretical focus is on the role of interest groups in decision-making and the application of game theoretic models to politics.


Office hours: Wednesdays, 11.15-12.45.


Luis Martinez

LSE Fellow


Stephan Maurer

I am a PhD student in Economics at the LSE and a Research Assistant at the Centre for Economic Performance.

My research interests lie in the areas of Labour Economics, Economic History, and Economic Geography. Recent research has dealt with the economic and social implications of large oil field discoveries.

Office Hours: TBD 


Arthur Siebold 

I am a PhD candidate at the LSE Department of Economics. My research interests include Public Economics, Labour Economics and Applied Microeconomics. I am currently working on the impact of pension reforms on retirement decisions, with a particular focus on the role of focal points. I also holdsan MSc in Economics from LSE and a BSc from the University of Munich (LMU). 

Office hours: TBD 


Kostas Tokis

I graduated with a BSc in Finance from Athens School of Economics and Business (AUEB) and continued my studies at the MSc of Economics here at LSE, after which I joined the PhD program of the Department of Economics.

My main research focus is on Microeconomic Theory; however I also work on Public Finance, Tax Compliance, and Education.  

Office hours: Tuesday, 13:00-14:00 for my EC455 students and 17:00-18:00 for my EC476 students, both at the social area of the 4th floor of 32L (32L.4.09).