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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 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.

On this website you can read about my past and ongoing research and gain access to my teaching material.