Molly Inman is currently a visiting assistant professor in Georgetown University's Conflict Resolution (CR) MA Program and a Democracy Fellow with USAID. At Georgetown she teaches the core research methods course. As a Democracy Fellow, she is the principal investigator on an impact evaluation of a civic education program in Georgia for USAID/Caucasus which employs an RCT design. She has also conducted field research in Chad, Indonesia and Bosnia and Herzegovina and is currently consulting on projects analyzing survey data from Syria and Libya. Her primary areas of research interest include democratic transitions, ethnic politics and violent conflict. She has published articles in the Journal of Conflict Resolution, Terrorism and Political Violence, and Journal of Organizational Behavior among others. Dr. Inman received her Ph.D. in comparative politics and international relations from the Government and Politics Department at the University of Maryland. Dr. Inman also has a M.A. in Democracy and Human Rights from the Universities of Sarajevo and Bologna and a B.A. in German and Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia.
Institution / Affiliation : Georgetown University
Geographical Region: Europe
Methodology: Field Experiments, Mixed Method, Statistics, Survey Methodology
Policy: Conflict and Violence, Corruption, Development, Elections, Ethnic Politics, Gender, Governance