I received my PhD in Political Science from UCLA in 2020. I hold Candidate of Science (PhD equivalent) in Economics from the Higher School of Economics and MA in Economics from the New Economic School.
I am interested in political economy and economic history.
Substituting growth for money: Intergovernmental transfers and electoral support in the Russian Federation, 2000-2008, with Israel Marques and Andrei Yakovlev. Economics & Politics, 2016, 28(1), 23-54
Regional elites and Moscow, with Nikolay Petrov. The New Autocracy: Information, Politics, and Policy in Putin’s Russia, ed. Daniel Treisman, Brookings Institution Press, 2018
Discrimination, Market Entry Barriers, and Corporations in Imperial Russia, with Imil Nurutdinov
Employment Concentration and Voter Turnout in Russian Elections
Establishing a Parliament from Scratch: Electoral Manipulation in Imperial Russia
Politics in Poor Places? Clientelism and Elections in Democracies, with Miriam Golden and Stephane Wolton