Nahomi Ichino is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science at Emory University. Her research interests focus on ethnic politics, voter behavior, and political parties in developing democracies, with a regional specialization in sub-Saharan Africa. She also conducts research on methodology for causal inference in small n settings. Her work has been published in American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, and other outlets. Her research in Ghana has been twice supported by the National Science Foundation.
She was previously on the faculty in the Department of Government at Harvard University and the Department of Political Science at the University of Michigan. Ph.D. Stanford University, B.A. Yale University.
NEW: Bowers, Voors, and Ichino. 2021. La teoría y la práctica de los experimentos de campo: Una introducción de los Learning Days de EGAP (in SPANISH, translated by Lily Medina) (Open access resource)
NEW: Ichino and Nathan. 2021. “Democratizing the Party: The Effects of Primary Election Reforms in Ghana.” Now on FirstView (vol/issue tba), British Journal of Political Science.