My name is Noam Titelman. I have a double undergraduate degree in Economics, on the one hand, and Literature and Linguistics, on the other hand, from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica, in Santiago Chile. Before coming to London, I worked in the Center for Public Systems, in Universidad de Chile, where I researched issues related to public management and public policies. After finishing the Msc in Social Research Methods at the Department of Methodology, LSE, I went on to the Department's PhD programme, where I am studying the relevance of descriptive representation, particularly class representation, across different democratic regimes. To do this, I am interested in survey experiments (Conjoint analysis) which allows complex multi-factorial questions to be answered in a relatively straightforward set of tasks for survey respondents. Along with my academic activities, I am a political activist, interested in the promotion of deeper stronger democracy in Chile and the world. I am also an associate researcher of the Center for Public Systems.