My research interests include international law, international political economy, norms, political psychology, text as data, and the politics of crisis. In my dissertation, I examine the factors that lead states to exit international agreements. My work has been published in Nature Medicine, Perspectives on Politics. The Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, and State Politics & Policy Quarterly.
Education & Training
- PhD, University of Washington, 2022
“Modeling COVID-19 Scenarios for the United States.” IMHE Forecasting Team (including Bree Bang-Jensen). Nature Medicine.
“The Pandemic Policy U-Turn: The role of partisanship, public health, and race in decisions to ease social distancing in the U.S.” Christopher Adolph, Kenya Amano, Bree Bang-Jensen, Rachel Castellano, Megan Erickson, Nancy Fullman, Beatrice Magistro, Grace Reinke, and John Wilkerson. Perspectives on Politics.
“Governor partisanship explains the adoption of statewide mask mandates.” Christopher Adolph, Kenya Amano, Bree Bang-Jensen, Nancy Fullman, Beatrice Magistro, Grace Reinke and John Wilkerson. State Politics & Policy Quarterly. 2020
“Pandemic Politics. Timing state-level social distancing responses to COVID-19.” Christopher Adolph, Kenya Amano, Bree Bang-Jensen, Nancy Fullman and John Wilkerson. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law.
International Political Economy
Text as Data
Politics of Crisis