Hoover Institution Announces 2006–07 National Fellows

Wednesday, October 18, 2006
STANFORD —Hoover Institution director John Raisian has announced the recipients of the annual postdoctoral W. Glenn Campbell and Rita Ricardo-Campbell National Fellows Program for the 2006–07 academic year.

Recognized as one of the preeminent fellowships in the United States, the program has awarded more than 400 fellowships during its 34 years. The national fellows use the release time from teaching to advance their professional careers by completing an original and significant research project at the Hoover Institution.
 
The program is administered by Hoover deputy director David Brady, serving as the program's executive secretary, assisted by Joy Kelley.

The 2006–07 fellows, academic affiliations and topics are:

Sarah Anderson
Political Science, Stanford University
Research will focus on budget policy issues.           
She holds the Robert Eckles Swain National Fellowship.

Eugenia Belova
Economics, University of Houston
Working with National Fellow Valery Lazarev on “Political Institutions, Economic Governance, and Law Enforcement: Communist Party of the USSR under Stalin and Khrushchev”
In residence after January, 2007.

Latika Chaudhary
Economics, Stanford University
“Social Divisions and Urban Services from a Historical Perspective”
She holds the John Stauffer National Fellowship in Public Policy.

Ulrich Doraszelski
Economics, Harvard University
“Dynamic Antitrust Policy: The Case of Predatory Pricing”

Anders Frederiksen
Aarhus School of Business, Denmark
“Economic Incentives in Firms”
 In residence beginning January 1, 2007.

Christina Gathmann
Post-doctoral Fellow, Stanford University
“Changes in Human Capital Investment During Economic Transition: The Case of Russia”
She holds the Bittson National Fellowship.

Valery Lazarev
School of Business, University of Houston
Working with National Fellow Eugenia Belova on “Political Institutions, Economic Governance, and Law Enforcement: Communist Party of the USSR under Stalin and Khrushchev”
In residence after January, 2007.

Robert Leeson
Economics, Murdoch University, Australia
“The Collected Writings of Milton Friedman”
 
Semion Lyandres
History, University of Notre Dame
“In Search of Legitimacy: The Origins of the Russian Provisional Government and the Politics of the 1917 Revolution”
He holds the William C. Bark National Fellowship.

Gabriella Montinola
Political Science, University of California, Davis
“Toward a Structural Model of Political Survival”
She holds the Edward Teller National Fellowship.

Ricardo Reis
Economics, Princeton University
“Measuring Inflation”
He holds the Arch W. Shaw National Fellowship.

Heiner Schulz
Political Science, University of Pennsylvania
“The Political Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries”

Jonathan Wand
Political Science, Stanford University
“The Political Economy of Health Care Priorities and Program Evaluation”


Susan Louis Dyer Peace Fellowship
Beatriz Magaloni
Political Science, Stanford University
“Electoral Autocracies in the World”
 
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