I am a student in the subfields of Comparative Politics and Quantitative Methods, and part of the Joint Degree Program in Social Policy in the Woodrow School. My research covers topics on redistributive politics, spatial inequality and public goods provision, with a regional focus in Latin America.

My dissertation tries to understand the processes through which federal governments need to go in order to implement social policies and translate them into an effective provision of social services; how the interaction between different levels of government affects the form and shapes in which these benefits are provided, and ultimately how different targeting logics of a public service affect regional inequality outcomes.