Forst Family Professor of Political Science, resident fellow of the Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Associate Director of the Center for the Study of American Politics, Director of the ISPS Behavioral Research Lab and the Chair of the Department of Political Science.
Gregory Huber, Ph.D., Princeton University 2001, is the Forst Family Professor of Political Science and resident fellow of the Institution for Social and Policy Studies. He is the Associate Director of the Center for the Study of American Politics and the Director of the ISPS Behavioral Research Lab (https://isps.yale.edu/yale-isps-behavioral-research-lab). His research interests are in American Politics and Political Economy, including work on political institution and behavior. For a complete listing of ongoing research as well as current and former graduate students and postdocs, see http://huber.research.yale.edu/.
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- Ph.D, Princeton University, 2001
- M.A, Princeton University 1997
- 2022-02-18 - “Identifying legitimacy: Experimental evidence on compliance with authority”, Science Advances
- 2019-12-23 - “The Policy Basis of Measured Partisan Animosity in the United States” (with Lilla Orr), American Journal of Political Science
- 2015-02-01 - “Partisanship and the Allocation of Federal Spending: Do Same-Party Legislators or Voters Benefit from Shared Party Affiliation with the President and House Majority?” (with Adam Dyne), American Political Science Review, Vol. 109.