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Biography

Welcome to my site!

I am a PhD candidate at the European University Institute and I am interested in broad topics such as social stratification, political behaviour and migrant research. At the moment, I work under the supervision of prof. Fabrizio Bernardi on topics related to the transmission of intergenerational advantages and Inequality of Educational Opportunities. I use quantitative methods and (aim for) causal inference designs 🙂

I studied a BA in Politics and Public Administration (Cum Laude). Shortly after, I completed a Research Master in Social Sciences at the Juan-March Institute. During these studies, I also worked part-time as a Research Assistant at the “GEMM” project under the supervision of prof. Javier Polavieja and collaborated with in the D-Lab.

This training has given me a strong background in both substantive and methodological skills, which has allowed me to be awarded a Salvador Madariaga Scholarship to continue my research as a PhD Candidate at the European University Institute.