Department of Politics, Princeton University
041 Corwin Hall, Princeton, NJ 08544-1012
Welcome to my website! I am currently finishing up my PhD in political science at Princeton University. In December 2018, I will join Facebook, Inc. as a Data Scientist in Marketing Science Research & Development.
My academic research areas are comparative politics and quantitative methodology. My writing appears or is due to appear in the journals American Sociological Review, Political Analysis, Social Forces, 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.
"List Experiments with Measurement Error." Co-authored with Graeme Blair and Kosuke Imai. Accepted, Political Analysis.
"Sensitive Survey Questions with Auxiliary Information." Co-authored with Kosuke Imai and Bryn Rosenfeld. Accepted, Sociological Methods & Research. [Preprint]
"The Illusion of Far-Right Partisan Stability: How Party Positioning Affects Far-Right Voting in Germany." Co-authored with Rafaela Dancygier, Naoki Egami, and Amaney Jamal.
"How Mainstream Politicians Create Opportunities for Outsiders." Last updated 5/7/17.
Work in Progress
"The Distortionary Effects of Turnout Inequality: Cautionary Evidence from Nonvoters in Germany."
"The Decline of Social Democracy in Western Europe."
"Housing in Global Cities." Co-authored with Rafaela Dancygier.
Teaching Assistantships at Princeton
POL 245 Visualizing Data
POL 502 Mathematics for Political Science
POL 220/WWS 310 American Politics