I’m a PhD Candidate in my fifth year at Georgetown University, Department of Government. My dissertation examines the privatization of public goods, particularly electricity, in large developing megacities. I examine the effect of privatization on attitudes towards redistribution and welfare, on which I’ve implemented a survey experiment in Karachi, Pakistan in July 2018. I also work on survey methods and survey experiments, and am co-authoring a paper on so-called “observer effects” in face-to-face interviews in India.
I have led undergraduate seminars on Comparative Politics, Civil War and Conflict and have mentored the Political Economy Undergraduate Capstone at Georgetown University.
Contact me at eah111 at georgetown dot edu. Download my CV here.