My primary research fields are Development Economics and Political Economy.
In current projects, I work on education quality in developing countries, with a focus on primary and pre-school in Sub-Saharan Africa and South-East Asia. Specifically, my research aims at identifying better levers to increase learning achievements.
I also investigate the role of money in politics, both in developed and developing countries. I study the causal impact of campaign spending on election outcomes in multiparty democracies.