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I am a political scientist currently working at The Wallis Institute of Political Economy at The University of Rochester as a Postdoctoral associate.  I received my PhD in public policy at The Harris School of Public Policy at The University of Chicago.

My research focuses on American politics, political economy and formal modeling with a specific focus on the politics of bureaucracies and organizations. I use game theory to analyze how and why politicians strategically give up their own decision making power to other actors.

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