Michael Dorsch is an applied economist whose research and teaching interests are mainly in political economics and public economics. Employing formal theoretical modeling and data-driven empirical investigation, Michael's research has appeared in leading academic journals across the quantitative social sciences. Current working papers and past publications can be accessed from the Research page of his personal website.
In Fall 2020, Michael is planning to teach Economic Analysis for Public Policy and Domestic Politics in the Global Economy. He is also currently serving as the director of the MPA program for the School of Public Policy.
New research on political regimes and COVID-19 deaths, with DS PhD candidate Réka Branyiczki and former IAS fellow Gabriel Cepaluni, is now available here.