Daniel is an Associate Professor in the Department of Politics at Ryerson University in Toronto and an affiliated researcher with the Research Institute of Industrial Economics in Stockholm. His main research and teaching interests are in the areas of political behaviour, political communication and the political economy of development, in particular property rights. His ongoing research projects mostly use experiments to answer questions about the effects of property rights on social and economic outcomes; campaign effects; leadership; and political participation. Daniel has recently published on topics such as political persuasion, voter turnout, and field experiments. He received his PhD in political science from the London School of Economics in 2006.
Institution / Affiliation : Ryerson University
Previous Partner Organizations: Millennium Challenge Corporation, USAID, Innovations for Poverty Action, Samara Canada, Elections Canada, Elections British Columbia, and several political parties and political campaigns in Canada
Methodology: Field Experiments
Policy: Elections, Governance