Welcome to my website!

I am a third-year PhD candidate at the Paris School of Economics.

This academic year, I am a visiting student at UC Berkeley. I was a visiting student at MIT and Harvard Business School in 2021-2022.

My research lies at the intersection of public economics and political economy, with a special emphasis on topics related to the evolution of global poverty, inequality, and political divides in the long run.

I co-created the World Political Cleavages and Inequality Database. As Redistribution Coordinator at the World Inequality Lab, I coordinate research on the distributional incidence of taxes and transfers worldwide.

You can download my CV here.

You can also find some of my work on my Google Scholar profile.

Contact: amory.gethin[at]psemail.eu.