Matthew Tyler

I am a postdoc for the Democracy and Polarization Lab at Stanford University and also for the American National Election Study at Stanford University. My research is in political methodology and American politics.

I received a PhD in political science from Stanford University in 2021 after obtaining a BS in statistics and BA in mathematics at Duke University in 2015.

My research is published or forthcoming at The Journal of Politics and Political Analysis.

Link to my C.V
Job Market Paper
Peer-Reviewed Publications
Working Papers
In Progress
  • The Impact of Campaigns in the 2020 Election. (With Shanto Iyengar, Chad Kiewiet de Jonge, Arjun Wilkins, Talia Stroud, and Joshua A. Tucker).
  • Survey Experiments and Polling with Disengaged Respondents: Partial and Point Identification Results. (With Justin Grimmer and Sean Westwood).
  • Book project: Rethinking Political Communication. (With Justin Grimmer and Shanto Iyengar).
Other Writings
Software
  • predictionError: generalized method of moments estimator to correct for prediction error
  • MultiScale: algorithms to estimate spatial voting models with sparse outcome data
  • CodingModels: algorithms to adjust for human coder error