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Dr. Ogden’s interests are in formal theory, with a particular interest in its applications to voting.
Dr. Ogden’s work is in formal theory, with a particular interest in its applications to voting. He researches the impact which uncertainty, and the subjective beliefs which emerge from it, has on coordination and accountability within political and public institutions, such as elected offices, courts, the media, and policy-making bodies. More generally, he analyzes the robustness of these institutions to differing assumptions concerning human behavior that have been noted in the empirical literature.