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I am a human geographer focusing on politics and economics. My interest lies in using spatial quantitative methods to study a range of political and economic phenomena, such as elections, local economies, inequality, values, and political violence.

My goal is to gain new insights into attitudes and trends across different places in Britain by examining contextual and demographic factors on political engagement, with a specific focus on localised (such as city or neighbourhood level) socioeconomic factors. I use statistical methods, including multilevel regression and spatial autocorrelation, and present analyses alongside my broader research interests which include neoliberalism, political economy, inequality, international relations, voting, populism, and values.

Currently, I am using national surveys and data repositories to investigate the relationship between the performance of local housing markets and voting patterns, and how personal economic fortunes affect political values.

My PhD is funded by UK Research and Innovation via the South West Doctoral Training Partnership.


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