Ken Shotts


Ken Shotts is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Northwestern University. His primary research interest is game theoretic models of American political institutions. He has published papers on racial gerrymandering, executive leadership, computer simulations of organizational behavior, ecological inference statistical methodology, and the Palm Beach County butterfly ballot. His current research projects investigate the role of information in elections and the effect of electoral incentives on policy choices made by government officials.

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