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     At the Blavatnik School of Government, I supervise DPhil (PhD) students and teach on various graduate courses. These include the Politics of Policymaking MPP core course, on which I lecture the comparative government weeks, covering topics such as veto player analysis, state constitutional architectures, political parties, ethnic and gender representation, bureaucracy, corruption, interest groups and social movements.


For several years I ran a course called Policy Challenge 2, which is an intensive, real-time policy-design course for MPP students, focused on contemporary issues that have included climate negotiations, internet security, rapid responses to COVID-19 and the COVAX facility negotiations. The course often brings together some of the world's pre-eminent, frontline decision-makers.

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I am also involved in some of the Blavatnik School's executive education programmes, such as the Chandler Sessions on integrity and corruption. Within the Lemann Foundation Programme, I convene various workshops for senior-level practitioners.


Before joining the Blavatnik School full time, I taught statistics in the Department of Politics and International Relations, Oxford University, and gave tutorials on Brazilian politics.

In 2021, I received a Teaching Excellence Award (Early Career Stream) from Oxford University’s Social Sciences Division.

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