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I am an associate professor of economics at the
University of Calgary Department of Economics. I received my PhD in Economics
from the University of Illinois in 2011.
I specialize in game theory, political economy, and comparative politics. Methodologically, I am particularly interested in coordination games (super modular and global games), information aggregation, information manipulation, and screening. Substantively, I am particularly interested in regime change and revolution,
contentious politics and social movements, leadership, state repression and censorship, and the role of ideology.