ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

  • Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania, 2016

EDUCATION

  • PhD, Political Science, Stanford University — 2016
    Fields: Comparative politics, quantitative methods
  • MA, Economics, Stanford University — 2013
  • BA, Latin American Studies (Economics & History), Northwestern University
    Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa

RESEARCH

  • Publications and working papers listed here.

PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

GRANTS & AWARDS

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • American Political Science Association (APSA)
            “Cheap Dollars: The Political Economy of Overvaluation” — 2015
            (joint with Robert Gulotty)
            “Crime and Electoral Punishment” — 2014
            “Property Rights and Violent Crime: Evidence from Mexico” — 2013
            (joint with Francisco Garfias)
  • Society for Political Methodology Summer Meeting (Polmeth)
            “An Approach to Ecological Inference” — 2014
  • Latin American Studies Association (LASA)
            “Cheap Dollars and the 2015 Election in Venezuela” — 2016 (Accepted)
            “Policing and Crime in Maduro’s Venezuela” — 2014
            “Crime and Electoral Punishment: Evidence from Venezuela” — 2013
  • Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association (LACEA)
            “Crime and Electoral Punishment” — 2015
            “Property Rights and Violent Crime: Evidence from Mexico” — 2013
            (joint with Francisco Garfias)
  • Stanford Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS)
            “Causes of Venezuela’s Violent Crime Wave” — 2014
            “Electoral Consequences of Violent Crime in Venezuela” — 2011