foto copenhagen 3picI’m an Assistant Professor in Political Science at Collegio Carlo Alberto, University of Turin. My research focuses on political behaviour, public opinion, political psychology, political parties and direct democracy. I use quantitative methods of analysis, including experimental methods, surveys, content analysis, and semi-automated techniques of text analysis.

In November 2016 I obtained a Ph.D. in political science from the European University Institute. I have held positions as postdoctoral researcher at University of Vienna, and as visiting researcher at New York University, Copenhagen University, and University of Edinburgh.

I gained a master’s degree in media policy at the London School of Economics, in addition to a bachelor and a master’s degree in communication studies at the University of Bologna.

Before starting my academic career, I worked as a communication assistant for the Communication Directorate-General of the European Commission, as a journalist for daily newspapers, and as a campaign manager for two electoral campaigns in Italy.

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