University of Wisconsin - Madison
Alexander Tahk (Stanford Ph.D., 2010) is an assistant professor of political science. His research and teaching interests are in political methodology, judicial politics, and mass behavior. His articles have appeared in the American Political Science Review, Political Analysis, and Public Opinion Quarterly, among others. His current research includes projects studying the behavior of the judiciary through the statistical analysis of judicial citations and roll-call votes, the factors that determine the policy in Supreme Court opinions, the relationship between media attention and public concern, and the effect of ballot order on vote choice.
Andrew Tahk. 2015. "A Continuous-Time, Latent-Variable Model of Time Series Data." Oxford Journals 23 (2):278-298.