Graeme Blair is an Associate Professor of Political Science. He serves as the co-director of methods and trainings at Evidence in Governance and Politics (EGAP). Blair uses experiments and field research to study the causes and consequences of violence in developing countries – and what we can do about them. He teaches courses on comparative politics and research design. Blair’s book Research Design in the Social Sciences: Declaration, Diagnosis, and Redesign is forthcoming at Princeton University Press and his book on community policing is forthcoming at Cambridge University Press Studies in Comparative Politics. Blair’s articles have been published in Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Science Advances, Journal of the American Statistical Association, and Political Analysis among others. He has been awarded the Leamer-Rosenthal Prize for Open Social Science, the MPSA Pi Sigma Alpha best paper award, the Statistical Software Award from the Society for Political Methodology, and a Commendation from the Society for the Improvement of the Psychological Sciences.
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