Paulo Serôdio

Paulo Serôdio's research focuses on the health effects of lobbying and corporate influence in the United States and Europe, using network science and machine learning tools on innovative text-based datasets. His other research looks at the effects of economic crisis on health outcomes, the political economy of natural disasters, and the network structure and evolution of revolving door phenomena.

Paulo completed his PhD in Political Economy at the University of Essex, and worked as a postdoctoral research associate at Northeastern University.


Campaign finance, Lobbying, Network analysis, Health policy, Natural disasters.