Brown
Divisional Dean for Social Sciences
Associate Deans

Old Main, Room 2-24

Overview

David S. Brown is a professor of Political Science. His work centers on political institutions and their impact on economic development. His specific focus is on democracy and its impact on economic growth and development. He is currently working on a text book "Introduction to Statistics in R: the Art & Practice of Data Analysis." Other work includes a book project on democracy and economic growth along, and a forthcoming article with Erin Huebert in Political Research Quarterly on due process and homicide rates.

Department/Programs

Ethnography and Evaluation Research