I received my PhD in Political Science from Yale University in December 2016. During 2016-17, I was a Pre/Postdoctoral Associate at Duke University and in May 2017 I began a postdoctoral position at Yale’s Program on Democracy.
I conduct theoretical and empirical research on political development, with an emphasis on elections, political parties, and policymaking in the context of weak institutions. I am also interested in methods for causal inference in observational and experimental studies. My research spans the developing world, with a special focus on Latin America.
My publications and working papers are available here. Feel free to contact me about ongoing research projects.