Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at ITAM in Mexico City. Level I researcher at the National Researchers System (SNI) of Mexico’s National Council of Science and Technology (CONACyT). BA in Political Science from the Universidad de San Andrés (Buenos Aires) and PhD in Political Science from Washington University in St. Louis.
Has published articles in peer-reviewed journals on authoritarian elections, political careers in Latin America, and the causal effects of electoral rules. Has taught classes on Comparative Politics and Public Choice, and co-organizes the Research Seminar on Comparative Politics. In 2002 was selected as one of the ten outstanding high school students from the province of Salta (Argentina), and in 2007 took part in the International Seminar for Young Leaders organized by the Fulbright Commission Argentina.
Topics of Interest
- Causal inference
- Political careers
- Competitive authoritarian regimes
- Electoral systems
- Political regimes