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Professor of Political Science

American Voting Behavior; Campaigns and Elections; American Government; Macro-political Economy; Positive Theory/Public Choice; Comparative Politics; Quantitative Methodologies

Professor of Philosophy

Causal and Statistical Inference; Human Learning; Hans Reichenbach's Frequentist Interpretation of Probability

Assistant Professor of Economics

Econometrics of Auctions; Empirical Models of Consumer Demand; Inference in High-Dimensional Models; Level-k Strategic Reasoning; Investment Manager Performance Evaluation; Asset Allocation; Information Aggregation; Testing Revealed Preference

Kay Sugahara Professor of Social Sciences and Statistics

American Politics; Formal Political Theory; Statistics

Professor of Economics and Statistics

Asymptotic Methods; Empirical Processes; Nonparametric and Semiparametric Estimation; Long-Range Dependence; Sampling Bias; Discrete Choice Modeling; Diffusion Modeling

J. Stanley Johnson Professor of Economics

Industrial Organization and Econometrics