I am currently a Teaching Fellow at Sorbonne University. I hold a Ph.D. in Economics from the Paris School of Economics (2020) and previously obtained a Master in Public Policy and Development from the same University (2014).

My primary research interests are in political economy and development. One strand of my research studies the determinants of voting behavior, in particular, I am interested in understanding how information (or misinformation) shape individuals' believes and political preferences. Another strand explores the political economy of political cleavages, with the goal of better understanding the geographics and socio-demographics of electoral preferences. I have worked on various countries including, Argentina, Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, Colombia, Chile, and France. In addition, in terms of development, I am interested in understanding the role of Early Child Care and parents' behaviors on a number of dimensions over childhood and migration.

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