ICSID new team member
Kyle Marquardt became an Assistant Professor in the School of Political Science at the Faculty of Social Sciences, and ICSID research fellow.
He received his PhD in Political Science from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2015, a master degree in Regional Studies: Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia from Harvard University in 2009, and a BA in German with a concentration in Linguistics from Grinnell College in 2005.
Kyle Marquardt has two main lines of research. In the first, he investigates the link between language and support for regional sovereignty, using a wide range of data from the former Soviet Union. In the second, he explores the advantages and disadvantages of using experts to gather data on political institutions, as well as modeling techniques that can deal with potential measurement concerns in these data.