300 Hamilton Hall
Spring 2019: Monday and Wednesday 1:45pm - 3:15pm
About: Simon Hoellerbauer is a fifth-year political methodology and comparative politics student. He graduated from Kenyon College in 2014, majoring in Political Science and Modern Languages. His substantive work focuses on studying donor support of civil society in developing countries and the role of civil society in development and democracy assistance using survey experiments, observational analysis, and novel statistical models. His methodological interests support his substantive focus and include the measurement of regime types and civil society, improvements of survey methodologies and analysis, and using machine learning techniques to reinvestigate age-old questions of comparative politics.