The Social Origins of Political Behavior: Evidence About the Social Benefits of Political Choices and Ballot Secrecy Perceptions


Location: O'Shaughnessy Hall, Room 119

Gregory Huber, associate professor, Department of Political Science, Yale University

Huber’s research interests are in American politics, including work on bureaucratic and organizational behavior; coercion and criminal justice policy; partisanship; and elections and representation.

Sponsored by The Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy

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