Max VISKANIC

PhD in Economics, LIEPP/Department of Economics

(thesis defended in October 2019)

Economics

Bio :

Max Viskanic is pursuing his PhD in the LIEPP and Sciences Po Economics Department since 2017 under the supervision of Roberto Galbiati and Sergei Guriev. Originally from Italy, he holds a BSc in Philosophy and Economics from the London School of Economics as well as a Master in Economics from Sciences Po. Before joining the LIEPP he followed graduate courses at the Stockholm School of Economics as well as gained working experience in the private and public sectors. 

His research interests lie in Political Economics, Economic History as well as applied Microeconometrics. His initial work centres around the impact of Immigration and Refugee shocks on electoral outcomes. 

Winner of the Marcello de Cecco Prize in the History and Economics of Institutions

Poster of the project (June 2018) 

 

Publications: 

Vertier, Paul and Viskanic, Max, « Dismantling the ‘Jungle’: Migrant Relocation and Extreme Voting in France » (March 08,2018). CESifo Working Paper Series N°. 6927. 

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