Jeremy Spater

Jeremy Spater is a PhD Candidate (ABD) in Political Economy with a secondary focus in Methodology. His dissertation examines the relationship between collective identities and preferences for public goods, with applications to South Asia, Europe, and North America. He also studies international political economy, including the relationship between trade balance and protectionist preferences. His research utilizes formal theory, causal inference, network analysis, and geospatial methods.

Jeremy Spater

jeremy.spater@duke.edu
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Specialties
Comparative Politics
International Relations
Methods
Political Economy