I am Assistant Professor of Government at Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (FGV-EBAPE) in Rio de Janeiro (currently under evaluation for promotion). I also founded and head FGV’s Public Transparency Program, a collaboration between FGV-EBAPE and FGV’s School of Law.
My research is on comparative politics and public administration, primarily within Brazil and across Latin America. More specifically, I work on issues related to the measurement, determinants, and impacts of transparency and freedom of information policies, as well as the politics of information, privacy (anonymity, surveillance), media, corruption, and representation.
At FGV-EBAPE, I intermittently teach three courses in four different tracks:
- Comparative Qualitative Methods (academic-track MA and PhD)
- Transparency and Good Governance (academic-track MA and PhD; Master’s in Management, and Professional-track Master’s of Public Administration)
- Public Policy (Professional-track Master’s of Public Administration).
I also have extensive experience teaching courses on comparative politics and public administration at the undergraduate level.
I am grateful for the opportunity to work with exceptional students, in an institution of excellence, alongside the best Government faculty in Brazil.