Austin Wang

Austin Horng-En Wang is a Ph.D. Candidate studying behavior/identity and methodology, with a regional specialization in Taiwan. His dissertation analyzes survey and survey experiment in the U.S., Taiwan, and Ukraine to examine how patience –the tendency that people discount the future differently –influences political participation and policy preference such as sociotropic voting, redistributive policy, turnout, and protest. His publications cover the change of identity, online voting advice application, party politics, and local election.


ahw15@duke.edu
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Specialties
American Politics
Behavior Identities
Methods