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Anthony Fowler
Anthony Fowler

Masterclass with Anthony Fowler

Thursday, November 30, 5–6 p.m. Central Daylight Time (UTC-5)

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In this Masterclass session, Professor Anthony Fowler will present "Are American voters really so polarized, partisan, or irrational?" The presentation will touch on the research methodologies used to analyze and interpret the data, as well as how the insights gained can help future policy leaders make both smarter decisions and more effective policy.

Professor Anthony Fowler

Professor Fowler’s research applies econometric methods for causal inference to questions in political science, with particular emphasis on elections and political representation. Specific interests include unequal political participation, electoral selection and incentives, political polarization, and the credibility of empirical research. He is an editor-in-chief of the Quarterly Journal of Political Science, an author of Thinking Clearly with Data, and a host of Not Another Politics Podcast.

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