I am a PhD researcher in the department of Social and Political Science at the European University Institute.
I am interested in political sociology and political behaviour, specifically elections and representation. My research now focuses on populism and radical right parties in Western Europe.
I write my thesis on the relation between welfare politics and the radical right under the supervision of Hanspeter Kriesi. I bridge the sociology of the welfare state to the literature on radical right movements; more precisely, I look at the welfare preferences of radical right parties and voters in Western Europe.
I graduated from Sciences Po Paris in electoral studies and I have participated to several research projects on party positions and Voting Advice Application in Europe.
I am also interested and invested in research management and university administration.