Gov94CM International Law and International Organizations
Instructor in spring 2018 (at Harvard)
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This undergraduate seminar is an introduction to international law and international organizations for students of international relations. Why do states conclude treaties and establish international organizations – and what determines their institutional design? When and how do international institutions promote cooperation between states? What is their effect on domestic politics? We survey recent international relations scholarship on these and other questions and conduct case studies on trade, human rights, military interventions, and other issue areas.
WWS 508B Econometrics and Public Policy Extensions
Teaching assistant in spring 2014 and spring 2015 (at Princeton)
This graduate statistics course provides a thorough examination of statistical methods employed in public policy analysis. This course develops in students the ability to choose and employ the appropriate tool for a particular research problem, and understand the limitations of the techniques. Students replicate recent empirical studies and conduct an independent research project using STATA.
POL 386 Violent Politics
Teaching assistant in fall 2013 and fall 2014 (at Princeton)
Violent Politics is a seminar devoted to understanding why politics so often turn violent and the ways in which violence is used to achieve political objectives. Students are asked to critically assess theoretical arguments on violent politics and to evaluate research designs for empirically testing these arguments. The seminar is open to juniors and seniors.