I am a research scientist in the Economics and Policy Research group at Facebook.
Previously, I was a postdoctoral fellow in the Democracy and Polarization Lab at Stanford University. I completed a Ph.D. in economics at Northwestern University. My academic research focuses on political economy, Congress, campaign finance, and the effects of the economy on political outcomes.
Contact: haritz.garro (at) gmail.com
No Evidence for Systematic Voter Fraud: A Guide to Statistical Claims About the 2020 Election, [pdf]
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2021, 118(45): 1-7
Political Consequences of Economic Hardship: State Economic Activity and Polarization in American Legislatures,
Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 2021, 37(3): 512-533
Quid Pro Quo? Corporate Returns to Campaign Contributions,
Terrorism Prevention with Reelection Concerns and Valence Competition,
Journal of Theoretical Politics, 2019, 31(3): 330-369 [pdf]
Conformity Voting and the Value of Public Information,
The Role of Connections in Congressional Lawmaking, [pdf]
Prosecutor Elections and Police Accountability, [pdf]
with Allison Stashko