I am an assistant professor of political science at UCLA studying American politics and political methodology. My research studies electoral accountability in the US with a particular focus on the role of elections in local policymaking. I collect new data on local elections which I combine with large, untapped administrative datasets on government behavior. I then use modern empirical techniques for causal inference to study how elections influence the policies local governments choose. Prior to joining UCLA, I received a PhD in political sciecnce from Stanford. I received a Master of Public Policy degree from UC Berkeley in 2014.
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