I am a DPhil student in Politics at the Department of Politics and International Relations and a member of Nuffield College. In 2020 I completed my MPhil in Comparative Government with a thesis on the role of negative externalities in the willingness to electorally punish a candidate accused of corruption. I am also a Clarendon Scholar and hold a BA degree in Political Science from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.
I work on political wrongdoing, with a focus on the factors that influence individual decision to either commit or tolerate political wrongdoing. For my DPhil project, I aim to unravel the role that different level norms play on these individual decisions.