I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science at Rice University. My research focuses on political behavior and public opinion more broadly.
My dissertation examines the importance that parties have for voters in Latin America in three main aspects: as information shortcuts, as a form of social identity, and for keeping governments accountable. To test the main theory put forward by the study, I conducted web surveys with embedded conjoint experiments in Argentina and Mexico. You can read more about my ongoing research projects here.
Prior to joining Rice, I worked as a legislative aide in the City of Buenos Aires Legislature. I also spent some time interning at the Inter-American Development Bank’s Central American country department. I have an M.A. in Development Management and Policy from Georgetown University, and a B.A. in Political Science from Universidad Torcuato Di Tella. I was awarded a Fulbright doctoral scholarship in 2014.