Welcome! I am in an Assistant Professor in the department of Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science. My research centers on discrimination and immigrant integration, with a focus on France. I graduated from Stanford University in June 2019 with a Ph.D. in Political Science. Before attending Stanford, I completed a M.A in Economics at the Paris School of Economics and worked on evaluations of health and cash transfer interventions with Innovations for Poverty Action in Cameroon, Uganda and Liberia.
Do Anti-Poverty Programs Sway Voters? Experimental Evidence from Uganda (with Chris Blattman and Nathan Fiala) Review of Economics & Statistics, 100(5), December 2018, pp. 891-905.
Learning to be unbiased: Evidence from the French Asylum Office Winner of the APSA Migration & Citizenship Section 2019 Best Paper Award and winner of the French Politics Group 2019 Lee Wilson Paper Award
Integration Failures in France: A Search for Mechanisms (with David Laitin)