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Rocio Titiunik

James Orin Murfin Professor, Political Science, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts

Prof. Titiunik’s research interests lie primarily in quantitative methodology for the social sciences, with emphasis on quasi-experimental methods for causal inference and political methodology. She is particularly interested in the application and development of non-experimental methods for the study of political institutions, a methodological agenda that is motivated by her substantive interests on democratic accountability and the role of party systems in developing democracies. Some of her current projects include the application of web scraping and text analysis tools to measure political phenomena.