Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Ford Center for Global Citizenship
Chris' research for the Ford Center has been on developing models of election and voting using the behavioral approach. It differs from a standard theory of election in that one assumes some participants in the political process (such as voters and candidates) are myopic. It draws inspiration from bounded rationality and behavioral economics literature, but it is a relatively new field within political science.
Graduate Program: Third year graduate student at the Northwestern University Department of Economics
Examination Fields: Political Sciences (Economy)