Alexander F. Gazmararian

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Alexander F. Gazmararian is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Politics at Princeton University, where he holds the Charlotte Elizabeth Procter Fellowship and the Prize Fellowship in the Social Sciences. He studies political economy. His research agenda examines political responses to economic changes and the relationship between institutions and political behavior, with substantive applications to understanding political barriers that prevent action on climate change.

His research has appeared or is forthcoming in The Journal of Politics, Comparative Political Studies (conditionally accepted), Political Behavior (conditionally accepted), Energy Policy, and Energy Research & Social Science.

His first book, Uncertain Futures: How to Unlock the Climate Impasse with Dustin Tingley was published in 2023 by Cambridge University Press in the Politics of Climate Change Series. He is currently finishing a book with Helen V. Milner on the political economy of climate change.

All publications, working papers, and replication materials are available here.

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