Robert Kubinec

Assistant Professor of Political Science


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    I study political-economic issues in the Middle East and North Africa, especially corruption, campaign finance, and the involvement of business in politics. I also am involved in research in applied Bayesian statistics, especially with the development of measurement models for difficult-to-study topics like corruption and political polarization.

    Education/Academic qualification

    Political Science, PhD, University of Virginia

    Award Date: May 20 2018

    Middle East Studies, M.A., The George Washington University

    Award Date: May 20 2010

    International Relations, B.A., Wheaton College

    Award Date: May 20 2008


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