Alexander F. Gazmararian is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Politics at Princeton University. In the 2023-24 academic year, he will be a Prize Fellow in the Social Sciences. His research agenda examines the politics of economic disruption and climate change, with a focus on how the public’s preferences on these issues form, change, and affect political behavior.
His first book, Uncertain Futures: How to Unlock the Climate Impasse, with Dustin Tingley is forthcoming with Cambridge University Press (The Politics of Climate Change Series).
Gazmararian, Alexander F., and Helen V. Milner. Preference Updating Under Uncertainty: Evidence from Responses to Global Warming.
Gazmararian, Alexander F. “Building Climate Coalitions With Just Transition Assistance for Energy Communities.” n. pag. Print.
Gazmararian, Alexander F. “Sources of Partisan Change: Evidence from Energy Transitions in American Coal Country.” n. pag. Print.
Gazmararian, Alexander F., and Helen V. Milner. “Political Cleavages and Changing Exposure to Global Warming.” n. pag. Print.