My main teaching interests are at the intersection of comparative politics and public policy, with a specific focus on the politics of poverty alleviation, state building and state capacity and forms of political accountability in low and middle-income countries. Within the field of comparative politics, I look forward to teaching a variety of courses, at both the graduate and undergraduate level, focusing on political economy of development and underdevelopment, comparative public policy, corruption and accountability in Global South and South Asian politics. I am also prepared to teach methodological courses on mixed methods research design and field research methods.
Teaching Experience at London School of Economics
|GV494||Policy Advice in Theory and Practice (*graduate level)||Lecturer (Instructor of Record)||Lent Term 2023|
Teaching Experience at Brown University
|Pols 0200||Introduction to Comparative Politics||TA for Professor Linda Cook||Spring 2020|
|Pols 1280||Politics, Economy and Society in India||TA for Professor Ashutosh Varshney||Spring 2018|
|Pols 0400||Introduction to International Affairs||TA for Professor Jordan Branch||Fall 2017|
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