Matthew Blackwell

About Me

Hello. I am an Associate Professor of Government at Harvard University . I am also an affiliate of the Institute for Quantitative Social Science.

My research focuses on political methodology, with a focus on dynamic causal inference, instrumental variables, experimental design, missing data, and panel data. My substantive interests include the lasting effects of slavery on political attitudes in the US South.

I teach several courses on political methodology. You might be interested in my lecture notes on causal inference, on graduate linear modeling, or on undergraduate applied data analysis.

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