Martin holds a PhD degree in Economics from Aarhus University, Denmark. His dissertation studies the relationship between politicians and their electorate, focusing on electoral accountability, legislators’ competence, and redistributive policies of populist politicians.
Given Martin’s educational background in economics, he is primarily interested in quantitative research. Particularly in research that involves extensive datasets, alternative data sources, or advanced quantitative methods.
Aside from his academic career, Martin held several part-time positions in management consulting, fraud detection, and public policy.