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I am currently a PhD candidate at the International Relations and Political Science Department at the Geneva Graduate Institute (IHEID). My dissertation leverages advanced text analysis techniques in R, such as supervised machine learning, to investigate how authenticity, problem construction, and urgency appear and change over time and across settings in discursive politics. I also work as a Research Assistant in the “PANARCHIC: Power and Network and the Rate of Change in Institutional Complexes” project at the Centre for International Environmental Studies (CIES). For the project, I develop, contribute, and help maintain several R packages that assist researchers dealing with multiple, overlapping, and uncertain datasets across various domains of global governance. During my free time, I restore vintage bikes.

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If you are interested in environmental politics, the Amazon rainforest, or Brazilian political discourses, please check the research article on Which Amazon Problem? Problem-constructions and Transnationalism in Brazilian Presidential Discourse since 1985 (with Livio Silva-Muller)

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