Political Science

Larry M. Bartels: Donald E. Stokes Professor of Public and International Affairs at Vanderbilt; democracy and elections

 

Adam J. Berinsky: Professor of Political Science at MIT and director of the MIT Political Experiments Research Lab; questions of representation and the communication of public sentiment to political elites, public opinion and foreign policy, power of group-based stereotypes, voting reforms, and the power of the media

 

Steven Brams: Professor of Politics at NYU; voting systems

 

Bruce Bueno de Mesquita: Professor of Politics at NYU; game theory

 

Amanda Clayton: Assistant Professor of Political Science at Vanderbilt; political institutions, representation, and public policy, with a focus on gender and politics

 

John Clinton: Professor of Political Science and Co-Director of Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions at Vanderbilt; the politics in the U.S. Congress, campaigns and elections, the testing of theories using statistical models, and uses and abuses of statistical methods for understanding political phenomena

 

 

James Fowler: Professor of Political Science at UC–San Diego; social networks, behavior, evolution, politics, genetics, and big data

 

Kate Krimmel: Assistant Professor of Political Science at Boston University; organizational foundation of contemporary party polarization and democratic representation in the United States

 

Douglas L. Kriner: Associate Professor of Political Science at Boston University; American political institutions, separation of powers dynamics, and military policymaking

 

David Lewis: Professor of Political Science at Vanderbilt; the presidency, executive branch politics and public administration

 

Efrén Pérez: Associate Professor or Political Science and Sociology (by courtesy) at Vanderbilt; political attitudes and behaviors of racial and ethnic groups in the U.S, implicit political cognition, group identity, and language and survey response

 

 

Alan Wiseman: Professor of Political Science and Associate Professor of Law (by courtesy) at Vanderbilt, positive political economy, focusing on legislative and electoral politics, regulation, bureaucratic politics, and business-government relations

 

Hye Young You: Assistant Professor of Political Science at Vanderbilt; lobbying, electoral campaigns, procurement, regulations, federalism and local government, and urban political economy

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