Hi, call me Alan.
I am a PhD candidate in Political Science in International Relations and Political Methodology at The Ohio State University. In my research, I investigate how preferences influence international bargaining in the context of polarization and great power competition between the United States, China, and Russia. To do so, I bring together two methodological traditions sometimes juxtaposed but seldom integrated: survey experiments and formal (game theoretic and computational) modeling.
I am a founding member and graduate fellow of Ohio State’s Models of Emergent Social Order (MESO) Lab. My research there is supported by the National Science Foundation; the Carnegie Corporation of New York; and the FTX Foundation’s Future Fund.
I can be reached via email at email@example.com.
Ph.D. in Political Science, 2016 - Present
The Ohio State University
M.I.S. in International Cooperation, 2015
Seoul National University
B.A. in Anthropology, 2012
The Chinese University of Hong Kong