Konstantin Kashin

Konstantin Kashin

PhD Student

Konstantin Kashin is a PhD student in the Department of Government and an affiliate of the Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University. His primary research interests include quantitative political methodology, with a focus on automated text analysis and causal inference. Substantively, he is interested in the comparative political economy of welfare states and interest group politics. His geographic specialization is Europe and the post-Soviet states.