Department of Politics, Princeton University
041 Corwin Hall, Princeton, NJ 08544-1012
Welcome to my website! I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Politics at Princeton University, where I have been a Quantitative and Analytical Political Science (Q-APS) graduate student fellow since 2015.
I have research and teaching interests in comparative political economy, political sociology, and formal theory and quantitative methods. My research appears or is due to appear in the journals Social Forces, American Sociological Review, and Sociological Methods & Research.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my dog Maggie, whom I adopted from SAVE Animal Shelter in Princeton, NJ.
"Sensitive Survey Questions with Auxiliary Information." Co-authored with Kosuke Imai and Bryn Rosenfeld. Accepted. Sociological Methods & Research. [Preprint]
"List Experiments with Measurement Error." Co-authored with Graeme Blair and Kosuke Imai.
"How Mainstream Politicians Create Opportunities for Outsiders." Last updated 5/7/17.
Work in Progress
"The Decline of Social Democracy in Western Europe"
Teaching Assistantships at Princeton
POL 245 Visualizing Data
POL 502 Mathematics for Political Science
POL 220/WWS 310 American Politics