James Conran is a PhD Student in Political Science at Harvard University. His research interests are centered on comparative political economy and political sociology, with a particular focus on welfare states and labor markets. His dissertation project investigates the comparative political economy of working time. Before joining the doctoral program at MIT's department of political science, he received his BA in history and politics from University College Dublin and an MSc in comparative politics from the London School of Economics.
PhD Student in Political Science, MIT
Graduate Student Affiliate, CES, Harvard University