Assistant Professor of Political Science

Curriculum Vitae

Professional Website

Dr. Vande Kamp leads a dual research agenda in judicial politics and political methodology. His substantive research asks the question “When and how do constitutional courts invalidate laws as unconstitutional?” His methodological research develops regression techniques for modeling observational data that have a temporal, spatial, or spatiotemporal component. Prior to arriving in Georgia, he received his Ph.D. in Political Science at Texas A&M University. Dr. Vande Kamp’s working papers and course materials can be found on his professional website..

  • PhD, Texas A&M University, Political Science, 2019
  • BA, Samford University, Political Science, 2014
Areas of Expertise
  • Judicial Decision-making
  • Separation of Powers
  • Judicial Selection
  • Spatial Regression Models
  • Dynamic Regression Models
  • Panel Data Models
  • Generalized Linear Models
Selected Publications

Vande Kamp, Garrett N., and Soren Jordan. 2023. “The Necessity of Moving Averages in Dynamic Regression Models.” American Journal of Political Science. Early View.

Vande Kamp, Garrett N. 2022. “Severability Doctrine and the Exercise of Judicial Review.” Political Research Quarterly 76(2) 593-606.

Vande Kamp, Garrett N. 2020. “Measurement Error and the Specification of the Weights Matrix in Spatial Regression Models.” Political Analysis 28(2): 284-292.