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I am a political scientist interested in the formation of political views, especially immigration preferences, either as results of long-standing historical processes or sudden events.
I am an assistant professor at the Carlos III University in Madrid and a researcher at the Carlos III Juan March Institute. I also serve as an editorial assistant for the British Journal of Political Science.
My PhD thesis (completed at the University of Oxford) focuses on the formation of elite- and citizen level immigration attitudes. I am also interested in the effects of regional disparity and history on current political behavior. I also have a keen interest in political methodology, especially quantitative methods of causal inference. For more info, please download my CV.