I study Public Policy, Comparative Politics and Political Economy. Using quantitative methods on large multi-year data sets, my research examines instances of corruption displacement, especially prompted by blanket interventions. I study the strategic reactions of those individuals targeted by policy interventions. In particular, I work on bureaucratic reform, campaign finance regulation, and local budgetary policy.
My research is underpinned by an advanced command of statistical analysis, autonomous coding, and the ability to handle big data projects. The primary empirical settings of my research are Brazil, the USA and Italy.
I currently hold a two-year Max Weber Program Fellowship at the the European University Institute (EUI) in the under the mentorship of Miriam Golden (UCLA Emeritus).
I received my PhD in Public Policy from Bocconi University in 2020.