I work as a full-time faculty member at Concordia University. I specialize in Canadian Politics, Comparative politics, and methodology. My research interests include electoral behavior, political knowledge and electoral systems in Canada and elsewhere. My doctoral dissertation researches how political knowledge affects the voting calculus in national elections.

In previous work, I have studied the impact of region of residence in Canadians’ political values. I have also co-authored studies on nationalist voting in Quebec, the impact of electoral systems in Ontario as well as the determinants of political participation in an experimental context. These publications can be found in the international journals Electoral Studies and Regional and Federal Studies.

My curriculum vitae is accessible here.