• Felipe Torres Raposo

    Felipe Torres Raposo

    Felipe is a Research Manager at the Nuffield Centre for Experimental Social Sciences (CESS), University of Oxford, and the Managing Editor of The Plot. His research interests are in tax compliance, and behavioural economics.
  • Ilian Mitev

    Ilian Mitev

    Ilian is The Plot's Social Media Editor and is currently a postgraduate at the University of Bath pursuing an MSc in Management. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Glasgow studying Philosophy and Politics. His dissertation was a quantitative investigation into the effects of interstate military rivalry on extreme poverty reduction.
  • Iñaki Sagarzazu

    Iñaki Sagarzazu

    Iñaki is Lecturer in Comparative Politics at the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Glasgow. His research focuses on comparative politics and quantitative methods, with a special focus on political communication and institutions.
  • Linda Eggert

    Linda Eggert

    Linda is associate editor at The Plot and a graduate student in Political Theory at the University of Oxford, where she focuses on ethics. Before joining The Plot, Linda worked at the German Ethics Council, Berlin, the Coalition for the International Criminal Court, New York, and the Académie Diplomatique Internationale, Paris, where she wrote about issues ranging from bioethics to international law and diplomacy.
  • Miles Unterreiner

    Miles Unterreiner

    Miles is associate editor at The Plot and a graduate student in Political Theory at St John’s College, Oxford, where his research focuses on religious exemptions to law. Prior to Oxford, Miles worked at Frontier Group, a public interest think tank, where his writing covered campaign finance, consumer banking, and environmental policy.
  • Ray Duch

    Ray Duch

    Raymond Duch is an Official Fellow at Nuffield College. He is also the Director of the Nuffield Centre for Experimental Social Sciences (CESS). Currently he is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Experimental Political Science. His recent research employs experimental methods in order to understand how citizens hold political agents accountable; employing similar methods he has been studying tax compliance, redistributive preferences and inequality. His recent teaching has focused on designing and implementing experiments and experimental approaches to data analysis. He is the author of the award-winning book, The Economic Vote and has published in the leading scientific journals including, recently, the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.