Douglas Kriner is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Boston University. He has an S.B. in Political Science and S.B. in History at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in Government from Harvard University.
His research interests include American political institutions, separation of powers dynamics, and military policymaking. He has also examined the relationship between Congress and the President on military policymaking and how electoral incentives lead to an unequal distributions of resources.
Constitutional Qualms or Politics as Usual? The Factors Shaping Public Support for Unilateral Action. (with Dino Christenson). Forthcoming. American Journal of Political Science
Conscription, Inequality, and Partisan Support for War (with Francis Shen). Forthcoming. Journal of Conflict Resolution
Investigating the President: Committee Probes and Presidential Approval, 1953-2006 (with Eric Schickler). 2014. Journal of Politics. 76: 521-534