I am a 6th year Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Politics at Princeton University, affiliated with both the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics and the Program in Law and Public Affairs. My research focuses on accountability and responsiveness of political institutions, particularly the bureaucracy. More generally, I am interested in how government institutions develop the capacity and expertise to address societal needs.
My current professional position is as a research scholar at the Rutgers University Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, focusing on workforce and economic development policy.
Attribution, Accountability, and Institutional Design in Bureaucratic Politics
- Institutional Design and the Attribution of Presidential Control: Insulating the President from Blame (appendix)
- Mass Media and Political Accountability of the Bureaucracy:
- The Effect of Media Coverage on Citizen Attributions of Bureaucratic Control: A Survey Experiment
American Political Institutions, Bureaucratic Politics, Executive Branch Politics, Administrative Law, Statistical Methods, Text Mining and Analysis
B.A., University of Florida, M.P.P, University of Chicago (Harris), M.A., Princeton University, Ph.D., Princeton University (expected 2013)
- Mass Media in American Politics (undergraduate): Professor Martin Gilens.
- Freshman Scholars Institute, Introduction to Statistics with R (Undergraduate): Graduate Coordinator and Lead Tutor
- Statistical Programming Camp with R (graduate): Professor Kosuke Imai (Faculty Advisor).
- Quantitative Analysis 1 (graduate): Professor Xun Pang.
- Political Theory (undergraduate): Professor Alan Ryan.
aruder at princeton dot edu
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Department of Politics
Princeton, New Jersey