I study comparative public opinion and authoritarian politics, focusing on how citizens in nondemocracies form their views on the political system. I also study comparative and international political economy, focusing on public attitudes toward immigration, redistribution, and trade.
I hold an M.Phil. in Economic Research from the University of Cambridge, where I was Hughes Hall Scholar and Hong Kong Scholar. I also hold a B.Econ. in Economics and Political Science from the University of Hong Kong, where I was John Swire Scholar and Undergraduate Research Fellow.
My work has been published in European Union Politics.