I study the interaction of political and economic systems, mostly in emerging market economies. I am also interested in how we construct explanations and make inferences in the social sciences.
I have a special interest in Southeast Asia, and am a faculty affiliate of the Southeast Asia Program at Cornell (SEAP), co-convener of the Southeast Asia Research Group (SEAREG), and past president of the American Institute for Indonesian Studies (AIFIS). I am also a member of the Board of Directors of the Association for Analytical Learning about Islam and Muslim Societies (AALIMS).
On this page, you may find my CV; information about my research, including papers and presentation slides, replication materials, and a list of current and past collaborators; and syllabi and other information on the courses that I teach. You may be also interested in my blog. You can sign up for office hours here.
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