Stanley Winer’s research lies at the intersection of economics and political science. He relies on microeconomics, game theory, the study of collective choice mechanisms, and applied econometrics to build models of why governments do what they do. He tests these models with data from Canada, the United States, and sometimes from the world as a whole.  

Winer holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from the John Hopkins University.  

 

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