I finished my Ph.D. in Economics and Politics at Claremont Graduate University in 2019. My research fields are in development economics and political economy in Africa and Latin America.
I hold a M.S. in economics and I obtained my M.A. in international studies from the University of Montreal. I have participated as an external consultant to the World Bank, IRC, the Wilson Center, and to the Inter-American Foundation.
My research covers a broad range of topics related to development. I have experience with quantitative and qualitative research and I find particularly interesting the use of interdisciplinary methods that facilitate the comprehension of phenomena in environments where data is scarce.