Jennifer Pan, Stanford University

Assistant Professor Standford, California jp1@stanford.edu Office: (650) 725-7326

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Bio/Research

Jennifer Pan is an Assistant Professor of Communication, Assistant Professor, by courtesy, of Political Science, Assistant Professor, by courtesy, of Sociology at Stanford University. Her research examines information control and communication in authoritarian regimes to reveal political choices ...

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Bio/Research

Jennifer Pan is an Assistant Professor of Communication, Assistant Professor, by courtesy, of Political Science, Assistant Professor, by courtesy, of Sociology at Stanford University. Her research examines information control and communication in authoritarian regimes to reveal political choices and outcomes in these opaque societies. Much of Pan’s work focuses on China and employs computational methods with large-scale digital data as well as field experiments for causal inference. Pan’s work has appeared in the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Comparative Political Studies, and Science. Pan received the 2014 Kellogg/Notre Dame Award for the best paper in comparative politics by the Midwest Political Science Association.

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