Mr Matthew Polacko

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I am currently a PhD candidate with the Department of Politics and International Relations and the Editorial Assistant for Electoral Studies. My doctoral thesis examines how income inequality impacts political behaviour and I have research interests in inequality, political economy, elections, and political behaviour.

I have obtained a BA in History and Political Science from Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada, an MA in History from McMaster University in Ontario, Canada and an MSc in Public Policy and Management from King’s College London in the UK.

I was the 2019 Progressive Economics Fellow at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and I have published manuscripts in Political Studies and American Behavioral Scientist.

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