Jordan Hsu

Ph.D. Candidate: American Politics | Political Methodology

jhsu23@wisc.edu

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Research Interests:

Political Parties, Campaign Finance, network analysis, party factions

About

I am a 4th year doctoral candidate in political science. My research focuses on American political parties and campaign finance networks. I received by BA in political science from the University of California – San Diego in 2014. Before graduate school, I worked in market research in San Diego.

I am an affiliate with the Elections Research Center. I am also project assistant to the Project DATA research group.

 

Publications

Barry C. Burden and Jordan Hsu. 2017. “Signature Requirements and Ballot Access for Non-Major Party Candidates.” In Changing How America Votes, ed. Todd Donovan. Lanham, MD: Towman and Littlefield.

 

Young Mie Kim, Jordan Hsu, David Neiman, Colin Kou, Levi Bankston, Soo Yun Kim, Richard Heinrich, Robyn Baragwanath & Garvesh Raskutti (2018). The Stealth Media? Groups and Targets behind Divisive Issue Campaigns on Facebook, Political Communication.