Sarah is a postdoctoral fellow at the Policy, Elections, and Representation Lab (PEARL) at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy.
Sarah’s work uses a comparative approach to investigate questions related to political psychology and political behaviour. To answer these questions, she uses mainly quantitative methods with observational and experimental data. Her main research focus is the influence of institutions on the decision-making process of elites and voters. Her broader research interests include elections, campaign effects and representation.
You can find her website here and her CV here.