I research and teach international relations, formal and quantitative methods, and comparative political economy as a doctoral student at Princeton University.
My research centers on technology, innovation, and the role of money and other resources in political competition. I am an Student Associate at the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, and a Student Fellow at the International Center for Security Studies. I was awarded the 2018-2019 Fellowship of Woodrow Wilson Scholars for my research at Princeton University.
I am a columnist for Agenda, a Norwegian magazine for political analysis.
I studied International Relations (B.A. with Honors) at New York University, Psychology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, and Mandarin Chinese at Peking University. Prior to my studies, I served as a conscript in the North Brigade of the Norwegian Army.
In addition to understanding things, I enjoy jazz, watching pro MOBA, coffee, reading philosophy/criticism, and travelling to new places.
I live in Brooklyn, NY.
I can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org