Academic C.V. (PDF)
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).
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, policy and political foundations of public transparency obligations, as well as topics related to representation, privacy (anonymity, surveillance), media, and corruption. At FGV-EBAPE, I teach courses in three different tracks: Comparative Qualitative Methods (academic-track MA and PhD), Transparency and Good Governance (academic-track MA and PhD; and professional-track Master’s of Business and Master’s of Public Administration), and Public Policy (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.