Eric Kramon is an Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at George Washington University. He received his PhD in political science from UCLA in 2013 and is a 2013-14 Minerva Postdoctoral Fellow. While at CDDRL, he is working on a book project on vote buying and clientelism in Africa, as well as additional projects on the impact of election observation on electoral fraud and electoral quality, ethnicity and the politics of public goods provision in Africa, and the political determinants of good governance reforms. Eric is also interested in health and welfare.
Institution / Affiliation : George Washington University
Previous Partner Organizations: Centre d'Etude et de Promotion de la Démocratie in Benin, Center for Democratic Development in Ghana
Geographical Region: Africa
Methodology: Experimental Design, Field Experiments
Policy: Corruption, Elections, Governance