Graduate Student, Program on International Development
Comparative political economy; economic development; partisanship in developing countries; behavioral economics & risk aversion; decision theory; social science methodology.
Skills and Expertise
Programming and visualization in R and STATA; decision theory; generalized linear models; spatial modeling, and Monte Carlo Simulation.
Dalton is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Political Science. He studies comparative political and economic development with a specific emphasis on Latin American political development. His current research interests focus on the role that political clientelism plays in shaping individual perceptions of political actors and institutions.