Lecturer in Political Science

LMU Munich

I am lecturer at the Geschwister-Scholl-Institut (GSI) for Political Science at the University of Munich (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität). My main research line is on the methodology of social sciences, including current developments in Bayesian inference, data visualization, machine learning, probabilistic programming and experimental designs. I have substantial contributions in comparative politics, public administration, public policy and international relations.

I have worked in the fields of global governance and IGOs, the diffusion of policies and institutions and the processes of development of regulatory agencies. I work also on Internet and e-Government diffusion and other related aspects of the public management of the Information Society.

Interests

  • Regulatory Governance
  • Policy Analysis
  • Bayesian Modelling
  • Measurement
  • Data visualization
  • Machine learning
  • Probabilistic programming
  • Conjoint analysis

Education

  • PhD in Political Science

    Universitat Pompeu Fabra

  • PGDip in Social Science Data Analysis

    University of Essex