New York University - Abu Dhabi
Assistant Professor, DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
Andy studies institutions, violence and political behavior in Africa (with a focus on Kenya) and quantitative methodology. His current research examines (1) the electoral incentives underpinning the distribution of local development projects, (2) the causes and consequences of ethnic violence, (3) strategies of electoral fraud, and (4) the effect of technical and informational interventions on voter registration. Andy's research draws on a wide variety of evidence, from archival records to randomized control trials to satellite data.
Recent Tweets: @jandrewharris
Happy that #SCOK used random sampling to inform their examination of results. Much better methodology than Kriegler Commission back in '08.
Random examination of form 34A's -- maybe statistics are making a comeback? #SCOK
#SCOK "The polling station is the true locus of the expression of the voters' will..." "The count there is clothed with a finality..."