Graduate Associate

David M. Glick

Politics, PhD candidate

Corwin Hall
dglick@Princeton.EDU

David Glick is a PhD student in the politics department with interests in public law, American politics and decision making. His dissertation seeks to understand when and how legal changes lead to societal impacts by focusing on how organizations affected by the law make decisions about compliance policies. Specifically, he focuses on policy benchmarking and idea borrowing as central mechanisms in legal impact. After graduating from Williams College he worked for two years in strategy consulting with the Monitor Group in Cambridge, MA where he observed, and contributed to, organizational decision making every day.

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