I am a PhD candidate at the European Institute and conduct research on voting behaviour, parties' election strategies and political representation in Western Europe. My current research focuses on the relationship between voter turnout and party representation as well as the effect of voters' partisan attachments on other political attitudes and beliefs. Aside from research, I also teach a class on comparative European politics at the undergraduate level.
Before coming to the LSE, I completed an MPhil in Politics (with Distinction) at the University of Oxford. Prior to that, I was awarded a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (First Class) from the University of York.
Professor Sara Hobolt and Dr Sara Hagemann