is a Professor in the Department
of Political Science at Stanford
University and holds a courtesy
appointment in the Stanford
Graduate School of Business. He is
also the Faculty Co-Director of the Stanford
Immigration Policy Lab that is focused on
the design and evaluation of immigration and
integration policies and programs.
His research interests
include immigration, statistical methods,
political economy, and political behavior.
He has published over 30 articles, many of
them in top general science journals and top
field journals in political science,
statistics, economics, and business. He
has also published three open source
software packages and his research has
received awards and funding from the
Carnegie Corporation, the Russell Sage
Foundation, the Robin Hood Foundation, the
National Science Foundation, the Swiss SNF,
the American Political Science Association,
the Society of Political Methodology, the
National Bureau of Economic Research, and
the Midwest Political Science Association.
Hainmueller received his
PhD from Harvard University and also
studied at the London School of Economics,
Brown University, and the University of
Tübingen. Before joining Stanford, he
served on the faculty of the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology.
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