Analyzes interviews with 50 growers and food recovery organizations to identify the relational & logistical dynamics associated with successful food recovery.
Investigates how and why climate researchers engage with practitioners using data from an original survey of Californian researchers (N=991).
Analyzes predictors of public attitudes about food-related risks using multilevel, mixed-effects models of Eurobarometer survey data.
Explores gender- and education-related gaps in U.S. attitudes about women in politics, familial roles, and working motherhood from 1977-2018.
Uses dynamic treatment effects models and data from the California Health Interview Survey (2007-2017) to test whether uncertainty about the DACA program impacted the self-reported health of undocumented youth.
Estimates the prevalence and persistence of housing and utility hardship in the United States using data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP).
Analyzes 20 waves of data from the GSS (1976-2016) to understand historical shifts in U.S. gender attitudes, including the previously unexplained "stalled revolution."