Neil S. Williams

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Political Science & International Affairs

Neil Williams is a PhD student in political science and international affairs. He studies comparative politics and is interested in the relationship between contextual factors and citizens’ political behavior.

Education
  • B.A., University of Georgia, International Affairs and Spanish, 2015
Research Interests

Neil’s research largely focuses on the intersection between contextual factors and their effects on individual political behavior. His research touches more specifically on pressing topics such as accountability and representation, as well as their complicated relationship with voting and public opinion. Neil is also interested in understanding how unobserved concepts can be measured more rigorously and applied to research in the political behavior field.