I am currently pursuing my Ph.D. in Political Science (with a specialization in Comparative Politics) at the Central European University in Budapest. My research interests include legislative studies, gender and politics, political behavior and comparative politics with particular focus on gender quotas, parliamentarians, political parties, campaigns and candidate selection. I am particularly interested in designing and conducting survey research and survey experiments.
Previously, I worked as a research fellow at the Centre for Social Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences from 2014 to 2016. I received both my B.A. and M.A. degrees (with Honours) in international relations and political science from Corvinus University of Budapest.
2017/2018 (Second semester) Lecturer - 'Research Design and Methods: Project', Department of International Relations, University of Yangon
2017/2018 (Second semester) Lecturer - 'European Politics', Department of International Relations, University of Yangon
2017/2018 (Winter semester) Teaching Assistant - 'Multivariate Statistics', Department of Political Science, Central European University
2017/2018 (Winter semester) Teaching Assistant - 'Voting Behaviour', Department of Political Science, Central European University