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 help and advice on a host of topics from data analysis and complex derivations to scraping data from the web and research database construction.
For Spring 2022 our consultants and their research specializations are:
- Arantxa Rodriguez Uribe (research design, causal inference, statistics, data cleaning and analysis, programs: R, Stata, QGIS)
- Dahyun Choi
- Gaétan Tchakounte Nandong (game theory, authoritarian, Comparative politics)
- In Young Park
- Joseph J. Ruggiero (formal theory)
- Michael Pomirchy (game theory, causal inference, American politics)
Each consultant offers office hours each semester. To sign up to office hours using the WASE calendaring system follow this link:
Note that you must be logged in to CAS to see the calendar.
It may also be possible to arrange meetings outside office hours. Contact a consultant directly to arrange.