His current studies focus on the obstacles political institutions face in developing policy responses to climate change (and potential ways to surmount them), informed by current research trends on ideological polarization and unequal representation. 

Environmental Policy, Renewable Energy, American Politics and Civil Liberties, Environmental Law.

  • Climate Policy


Environmental Policy, Public Administration, Political Science
JD, Case Western Reserve University, Law, 1992
BA, University of Chicago, Political Science, 1989