I am a PhD Candidate at the Wilf Family Department of Politics, New York University. My work concentrates in the fields of Comparative Political Economy and International Politics, investigating how institutional designs affect incentives and welfare.
In my recent working papers I study how electoral systems and competition affects corruption, how legislature size influences welfare in Brazilian municipalities, and how international institutions influence rogue state’s deterrence. Here you find information about my recent work.
I am currently designing an experiment to measure how incentives impact health care provision in Brazil.
The Wilf Family Department of Politics.
19 West 4th Street, Rm. 417.
New York, NY – 10012.
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Office Hours: Wednesdays, from 9:30 to 11:30am.
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I’ll be presenting my work at the following places:
- APSA Conference in Philadelphia, September 1-4.
During the Summer, from May to August, I’ll be a Stanton Fellow at FGV in Sao Paulo, Brazil.