Organizer and Founder

Charles Crabtree is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Government at Dartmouth College. He received his Ph.D. from the Department of Political Science at the University of Michigan in 2019. His research focuses on the politics, economics, and sociology of discrimination. He has published his research in the American Journal of Political Science, the British Journal of Political Science [2x], the Journal of Politics [2x], and Political Analysis, among other journals. More information can be found at his website and on his Google Scholar profile.


Cohosts help recruit discussants and organize sessions on an ad hoc basis. If you’re interested in helping out, please get in contact!

Yusaku Horiuchi is a Professor in the Department of Government and the Mitsui Professor of Japanese Studies at Dartmouth College. Previously, he was an Associate Professor in the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the National University of Singapore. He received his Ph.D. from the Department of Political Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2001. His research focuses on comparative political behavior, international public opinion, comparative political economy, and electoral institutions. Methodologically, he is interested in experimental designs and computational social science. He has published his research in the American Journal of Political Science, the American Political Science Review, the Journal of Politics, and Political Analysis, among other journals. More information can be found at his website and on his Google Scholar profile.

Masaaki Higashijima is an Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Information Sciences at Tohoku University. Previously, he was a Visiting Research Scholar in the Center for Political Studies at the University of Michigan, an Assistant Professor in the Institute for Advanced Study at Waseda University, and a Postdoctoral Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute. He received his Ph.D. from the Department of Political Science at Michigan State University in 2015. His research focuses on comparative political economy in authoritarian contexts. He has published his research in the British Journal of Political Science, the Journal of Politics, and World Development, among other journals. More information can be found at his website and on his Google Scholar profile.

Yu Jin Woo is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Political Science and Economics at Waseda University, supported by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. Previously, she was a Research Scholar at the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University. She received her Ph.D. from the Department of Politics at the University of Virginia in 2016. Her research focuses on the political economy of international migration (e.g. legal/irregular migration, refugee movement). Specifically, she writes about the public perception of migrants, the migration policymaking process, and an interrelationship between the two. Her most recent research evaluates the new migration policies enacted by the Abe Cabinet in conjunction with Japanese public attitudes toward migration, naturalization, and migrant integration. She primarily examines these topics using quantitative methods.


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Please check out their websites and read their research!

  1. Nicholas Anderson (George Washington)
  2. Simon Calmar Andersen (Aarhus)
  3. Maneesh Arora (Wellesley)
  4. Tobias Bach (Oslo)
  5. Matt Baldwin (Florida)
  6. Matthew A. Baum (Harvard)
  7. Quintin Beazer (Florida State)
  8. Karen Beckwith (Case Western)
  9. Adam J. Berinsky (MIT)
  10. John Berry (Queen’s)
  11. Matthew Blackwell (Harvard)
  12. Rob Blair (Brown)
  13. AndrΓ© Blais (Montreal)
  14. Andrew Boutton (UCF)
  15. Alex Braithwaite (Arizona State)
  16. Dawn Brancati (Yale)
  17. Charlotte Cavaille (Michigan)
  18. Nathan K. Chan (UC, Irvine)
  19. Edward T. Chang (UC, Riverside
  20. JosΓ© Antonio Cheibub (Texas A&M)
  21. Dan Chen (Richmond)
  22. Chinbo Chong (Indiana)
  23. Jonathan Chu (Penn)
  24. Daina Chiba (Kobe)
  25. Killian Clarke (Harvard and Georgetown)
  26. Amanda Clayton (Vanderbilt)
  27. Loren Collingwood (UC, Riverside)
  28. Kevin Cope (UVA)
  29. Gary Cox (Stanford)
  30. Jesse Crosson (Princeton and Trinity University)
  31. Travis Curtice (Dartmouth)
  32. Erica De Bruin (Hamilton College)
  33. Steven Denney (Toronto)
  34. Martin Dimitrov (Tulane)
  35. Mark Dincecco (Michigan)
  36. Naoki Egami (Columbia)
  37. Manfred ElfstrΓΆm (UBC, Okanagan)
  38. Andrew Engelhardt (University of North Carolina, Greensboro)
  39. Rob Fahey (Waseda)
  40. Noel Foster (Princeton)
  41. Susan Franceschet (Calgary)
  42. Timothy M. Frye (Columbia)
  43. Kentaro Fukumoto (Gakushuin University)
  44. Mary Gallagher (Michigan)
  45. Laura Gamboa (University of Utah)
  46. Shana Kushner Gadarian (Syracuse)
  47. Timothy B. Gravelle (Survey Monkey)
  48. Matt Golder (Penn State)
  49. Sona Golder (Penn State)
  50. Edward Goldring (USC) 
  51. Sheena Greitens (University of Texas, Austin)
  52. Naima Green-Riley (Princeton)
  53. Dimitar Gueorguiev (Syracuse)
  54. Benjamin Habib (La Trobe University)
  55. Mary Alice Haddad (Wesleyan University)
  56. Jordan Hamzawi (UC, Davis)
  57. Justin Hastings (University of Sydney)
  58. Masaaki Higashijima (Tohoku)
  59. John Holbein (UVA)
  60. Florian Hollenbach (Texas A&M)
  61. Ji Yeon Hong (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
  62. Yusaku Horiuchi (Dartmouth)
  63. Mala Htun (New Mexico)
  64. Aram Hur (Missouri)
  65. Jacques E. C. Hymans (University of Southern California)
  66. JunHyeok Jang (UC, Merced)
  67. Siyun Jiang (Texas)
  68. Tyler Jost (Brown)
  69. Rieko Kage (University of Tokyo)
  70. Koji Kagotani (Osaka University of Economics)
  71. Woo Chang Kang (Korea University)
  72. Jay C. Kao (Texas)
  73. Azusa Katagiri (Nanyang Technological University)
  74. Luke Keele (Pennsylvania)
  75. Franziska Keller (HKUST)
  76. Sarah Khan (Yale)
  77. Eunji Kim (Vanderbilt)
  78. Jae Yeon Kim (UC, Berkeley)
  79. Sanghoon Kim (Illinois)
  80. Risa Kitagawa (Northeastern)
  81. Adam Komisarof (Keio University)
  82. Alexander Kustov (Yale)
  83. Yesola Kweon (Utah State)
  84. Yphtach Lelkes (University of Pennsylvania)
  85. Yao Li (Florida)
  86. Wanlin Lin (University of Hong Kong)
  87. Jennifer Lind (Dartmouth)
  88. Amy Liu (University of Texas, Austin)
  89. Howard Liu (Essex)
  90. Andrew Little (UC, Berkeley)
  91. Kenneth Lowande (Michigan)
  92. Fan Lu (Queen’s)
  93. Xiaobo LΓΌ (University of Texas, Austin)
  94. Edmund Malesky (Duke)
  95. Matt Malis (NYU)
  96. Natalie Masuoka (UCLA)
  97. Daniel Mattingly (Yale)
  98. Kelly Matush (Florida State)
  99. Kenneth Mori McElwain (University of Tokyo)
  100. Anne Meng (UVA)
  101. Kim Sass Mikkelsen (Roskilde)
  102. Eric Min (UCLA)
  103. Cecilia Hyunjung Mo (UC, Berkeley)
  104. B Pablo Montagnes (Emory)
  105. Dana Moss (Notre Dame)
  106. Diana Mutz (Pennsylvania)
  107. Amanda Murdie (Georgia)
  108. Monika Nalepa (Chicago)
  109. Malliga Och (Idaho State
  110. Elvin Ong (UBC and NUS)
  111. Lynette Ong (Toronto)
  112. Thomas Pepinsky (Cornell)
  113. Jan Pierskalla (OSU)
  114. Paul Poast (Chicago)
  115. Philip B. K. Potter (UVA)
  116. Brain C. Rathbun (USC)
  117. Tanika Raychaudhuri (Princeton)
  118. Ludovic Rheault (Toronto)
  119. Graeme Robertson (UNC)
  120. Sara Sadhwani (Pomona College)
  121. Yuko Sato (Missouri and Tulane)
  122. Paul Schuler (Arizona)
  123. Kenneth A. Schultz (Stanford)
  124. Christian Schuster (UCL)
  125. Renard Sexton (Emory)
  126. Adrian Shin (Colorado)
  127. Alexandra A. Siegel (Colorado)
  128. Jay Song (University of Melbourne)
  129. Arthur Spirling (NYU)
  130. Tuan-Hwee Sng (National University of Singapore)
  131. Sarah A. Soule (Stanford)
  132. Arthur Spirling (NYU)
  133. Jeffrey K. Staton (Emory)
  134. Rachel Stern (UC, Berkeley)
  135. Nicolas Sternsdorff-Cisterna (Southern Methodist University).
  136. Michael Strausz (TCU)
  137. Lauren Sukin (Stanford University)
  138. Christopher Sullivan (LSU)
  139. Milan Svolik (Yale)
  140. Atsushi Tago (Waseda)
  141. Carlyle A. Thayer (UNSW)
  142. Alexander Theodoridis (UMass)
  143. Henry Thomson (Arizona State)
  144. Minh Trinh (MIT)
  145. Hans H. Tung (National Taiwan University)
  146. Yamil Ricardo Velez (Columbia)
  147. Andrew Wedeman (Georgia State)
  148. Taehee Whang (Yonsei)
  149. Jenifer M. Whitten-Woodring (UMass Lowell)
  150. Tore Wig (University of Oslo)
  151. Stan Hok-Wui Wong (HKPU)
  152. Yu Jin Woo (Waseda)
  153. Cary Wu (York)
  154. Hikaru Yamagishi (Yale)
  155. David Yang (Harvard)
  156. Elaine Yao (Princeton)
  157. Tricia Yeoh (IDEAS)
  158. Jiso Yoon (Korean Women’s Development Institute)
  159. Lauren Young (UC, Davis)
  160. Noam Yuchtman (LSE)
  161. Yida Zhai (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)