Office: Buch C320
Office phone: 604-822-4550
Andrew Owen (PhD Princeton) conducts research on the causes and consequences of public opinion. His current research explores whether citizens tend to be more responsive to deteriorations in policy outcomes than they are to similarly sized improvements. He is also working on related projects that focus on the relationship between voters’ perceptions of past and future economic conditions and their electoral choices. Andrew’s secondary interests include research design, quantitative methods and experimental research in political psychology.
Here is a list of courses I have taught in the past few years. Follow the links for course descriptions and recent syllabi.