Maurice Dunaiski

Maurice Dunaiski

PhD Candidate

Department of Government

Languages
English, French, German
Key Expertise
Political Behaviour, Political Economy, Causal Inference

About me

I am a PhD candidate in political science at the LSE’s Government department. I study the political behaviour of young people. My research uses quasi-experimental methods to address questions such as: How do young people respond to compulsory voting? And are 16-year-olds politically mature enough to participate in elections? Before coming to LSE, I worked as a researcher at the Children’s Legal Centre in London. I hold a Master’s degree from Sciences Po Paris and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of York.

Research interests

  • Political behaviour
  • Political economy
  • Causal inference

Teaching record

  • GV249 - Research Design in Political Science
  • IR214 - Public Policy Analysis
  • MY465 - Intermediate Quantitative Analysis

Supervisors