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Doctoral StudentAmerican Politics
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William studies government intervention into markets, specifically, by bureaucracies run by the U.S. government. His dissertation work argues that fiscal control of Antitrust policy (as enforced by the DOJ and the FTC) is largely fruitless as the agencies are short sighted in regards to policy planning. Along with his substantive research interests, William works in the area of political methodology developing dynamic discrete choice models as a means to study the impact of budget incrementalism on policy choice.
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