My research interests fall broadly within contemporary political theory.
My PhD research explores how labour market policymakers should respond to involuntary unemployment. In particular, I am investigating (1) whether states can justify implementing policies aimed at creating employment and (2) how different policy responses to unemployment fit into a wider debate about the future of work between those who accept the social centrality of work and those who see this centrality as regrettable.
Other areas of interest include theories of distributive justice, relational egalitarianism and the political philosophy of marriage.
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