Alex Acs

 

Politics, PhD candidate

Graduate Associate

Alex Acs is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Politics at Princeton. His research focuses broadly on the political economy of regulation and the challenges of policymaking in modern democracies. His research on administration agencies and the rulemaking process puts his work near the intersection of administrative law and quantitative social science research.

Publications: 

“Does White House Regulatory Review Produce a Chilling Effect and 'OIRA Avoidance' in the Agencies?” Presidential Studies Quarterly 43, no. 3 (2013): 443–67 (with Charles M. Cameron).