QAPS offers a consulting service serving faculty members, postdoctoral researchers, and students in the Department of Politics and SPIA, but also open to members of other departments across the social sciences and humanities. The service is designed to help with research design, statistics, formal theory, and computational questions arising from your research. We can offer you or your research assistants guidance on a host of topics such as statistical analysis, webscraping, research database construction, among other computational research methods.
For Fall 2022, our consultants and their research specializations are:
- Joseph J. Ruggiero (Quantitative Methods, Structural Estimation, Economic and Social Networks)
- Perry Carter (Quantitative Methods, Formal Theory, Network Analysis)
- Dahyun Choi (Quantitative Methods, Formal Theory, Machine Learning)
- Roel Bos (Game Theory, Bargaining Models)
- Elaine Yao (Game Theory, Survey Experiments, Text-as-Data Methods)
- Xuancheng Qian (Bargaining Models, Text Analysis, Statistical Machine Learning)
- Harshal Zalke (Quantitative Methods, Formal Theory)
- Yuhan Zheng (Formal Theory, Structural Estimation)
- Arantxa Rodriguez Uribe (Research Design, Causal Inference, Data Management and Statistical Analysis with R, Stata, QGIS)
- Beatriz Barros
Each consultant offers office hours each semester. To schedule an appointment with our consultants, send us an e-mail including the details of your research:
We will respond to your inquries in the order they were received within no longer than 72 hours during the week.