Welcome to my website! I'm a fifth-year graduate student in the Harvard Department of Government.
My research lies at the intersection of political economy and comparative politics. I use game theory, quasi-experimental methods, and experimental methods to examine the importance of political information and education for electoral accountability. For example, I seek to understand how information and education affect political behavior, how politicians and media choose what information to provide to voters, how political parties target potential voters, and when voters acquire political information. My research spans developed and developing contexts, and focuses particularly on Mexico.
I am currently working on a variety of exciting projects, including with some excellent coauthors. My published research and working papers are available here. Please contact me about ongoing research projects (including this EGAP-supported field experiment).
You can download my CV here.