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Florian Hollenbach received his PhD in political science from Duke University. Before joining the Department of Political Science at Texas A&M in the fall of 2015, he was a fellow at the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance at Princeton University.
His research focuses on the political economy of taxation and redistribution, specifically the development of fiscal capacity in authoritarian regimes. In addition, he is interested in the political geography of conflict and political methodology, specifically Bayesian statistics.
“Cabinet Formation and Portfolio Distribution in European Multiparty Systems.” With Josh Cutler, Scott De Marchi, Max Gallop, Michael Laver and Matthias Orlovski. 2016. British Journal of Political Science. 46(1). 31–43.
“Calibrating Ensemble Forecasting Models with Sparse Data in the Social Sciences.” With Jacob M. Montgomery and Michael D. Ward. 2015. International Journal of Forecasting. 31(3). 930–942.
“Technology and Collective Action: The Effect of Cell Phone Coverage on Political Violence in Africa.” With Jan Pierskalla. 2013. American Political Science Review. 107(2). 207-244.
“Improving Predictions Using Ensemble Bayesian Model Averaging.” With Jacob M. Montgomery and Michael D. Ward. 2012. Political Analysis. 20(3): 271–291.