Harris Public Policy
Daniel Moskowitz’s research examines how the media and electoral institutions shape the behavior of voters and elite actors, and assesses the consequences of these institutions on democratic accountability and political representation. In particular, his research focuses on electoral politics, redistricting, media and politics, partisan polarization, the US Congress, and political parties.
His research has been published in the Quarterly Journal of Political Science.
Moskowitz received his PhD in political science from Harvard University and his BA in political science and economics from Grinnell College. Previously, he was a research analyst at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in the US Department of the Treasury, and at the Brookings Institution.