More research


COVID, drones, privacy

S ’17 – misc more

You can see an overview of all my research on my Google Scholar page (though note that some entries are missing).

Perceptions of Privacy in the COVID-19 Pandemic (December 2020)

In this paper, Dr. Baobao Zhang, Dr. Sarah Kreps, Nina McMurry, and I explored public perceptions of privacy towards COVID-19 contact tracing apps. I don’t want to overstate my involvement, though—I only contributed some additional framing, prose, and final touches to the project. It was published in PLOS ONE in December 2020.

Origins of Oversight

In this research project, Dr. Sarah Kreps and I processed the entire modern congressional record to study the determinants of foreign policy oversight in Congress. Co-authored with Dr. Kreps. The source code for much of the project is available on GitHub.

  • Presented by Dr. Kreps at Yale, Columbia, Cornell, Georgetown, and UC Santa Barbara.
  • Co-authored popular opinion piece in the Washington Post.