Jennifer Pan is an Assistant Professor at Stanford University. She earned her A.B. in Public Policy and International Affairs from Princeton University and Ph.D. in Government from Harvard University.
Professor Pan researches information control and communication in authoritarian regimes, particularly China.
Chen, Jidong, Jennifer Pan, and Yiqing Xu. “Sources of authoritarian responsiveness: A field experiment in China.” American Journal of Political Science (2015).
Monroe, Burt L., et al. “No! Formal theory, causal inference, and big data are not contradictory trends in political science.” PS: Political Science & Politics 48.01 (2015): 71-74.
King, Gary, Jennifer Pan, and Margaret E. Roberts. “How censorship in China allows government criticism but silences collective expression.” American Political Science Review 107.02 (2013): 326-343.