Isaac Hale’s Website

headshot

I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, Davis.

My research agenda focuses broadly on electoral systems, legislative representation, political behaviour and public opinion. My dissertation project, chaired by Professors Matthew S. Shugart and James F. Adams, focuses on what how electoral systems shape electoral outcomes and candidate behavior. In addition to my dissertation, I am also involved in projects analyzing how racial attitudes affect voter behavior and legislative representation, particularly in recent U.S. elections. To learn more about my dissertation and current projects, please visit the Research and CV tabs of this website.

In addition to my research, I also serve as an Associate Instructor in the department. In this capacity, it is my task to develop and implement curricula suitable for a diverse group of undergraduate students. To access the syllabi for each class I that have instructed, please visit the Teaching tab.



Copyright © 2019 by Isaac Hale. Made with RStudio.