Institution for Social and Policy Studies

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Team directory: H

Team directory: H

Jacob S. Hacker, Stanley B. Resor Professor of Political Science

Jacob S. Hacker, Ph.D., is the Director of the Institution for Social and Policy Studies, and Stanley B. Resor Professor of Political Science at Yale University.

John A. Henderson, Assistant Professor of Political Science

John A. Henderson is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Yale University. His research focuses primarily on the consequences of polarization on representation and policymaking in the U.S., as well as the causes of participation and vote choice in congressional and presidential elections. Additional research interests include sensitivity and matching analysis for instrumental variables and imperfectly randomized experiments, as well as dimensional scaling and analysis of text data.

Josh Hochman, Yale College, History

Josh Hochman is a junior at Yale majoring in History, with interests in diplomacy, political rhetoric, and educational equity. He serves as President of the Yale College Democrats, which advocates for legislation pertaining to criminal justice, immigration, and the gender pay gap. Josh is currently an editorial assistant and speechwriter for the Atlantic Council, and previously worked on recruitment for Teach for America.

Gregory Huber, Professor of Political Science; Director, ISPS Behavioral Lab

Gregory Huber, Ph.D., Princeton University 2001, is Professor of Political Science and resident fellow of the Institution for Social and Policy Studies and the Center for the Study of American Politics. In addition, he is an associate editor of the Quarterly Journal of Political Science and has served on the National Science Foundation review panel for support of political science research.

Annabelle Hutchinson,

Annabelle Hutchinson is a PhD student in the Political Science Department at Yale with research interests in social policy, substantive political economy, American politics and quantitative methods. Annabelle is particularly interested in examining poverty, inequality, and family and child policy in the United States and other countries.