My research covers topics related to the media, algorithms, and their relation to political and market institutions. Methodologically, I specialize in developing new approaches to quantify politically and economically relevant concepts from unstructured data such as text.
In January 2023, I joined ETH Zurich as a Post-Doctoral researcher, working at the Center for Law & Economics with Elliott Ash. I completed my Ph.D. in Economics at the University of St.Gallen (2023), supervised by Roland Hodler. I visited the Paris School of Economics in 2021/2022, hosted by Ekaterina Zhuravskaya. In 2019, I visited ETH Zurich, hosted by Elliott Ash.
See my CV for more information.
Ministers Engage in Favoritism Too, with Noémie Zurlinden – Journal of Public Economics (2022)
Text Semantics Capture Political and Economic Narratives, with Elliott Ash and Germain Gauthier – Accepted at Political Analysis (2023)
Media Slant is Contagious, with Sergio Galletta and Elliott Ash
Is Propaganda Front-Page News?
Algorithms, Political Attitudes, and Well-Being, with Germain Gauthier, Roland Hodler, and Ekaterina Zhuravskaya