Assistant Professor of Political Science
Areas of Expertise
Democratization; autocratic elections and institutions; comparative politics; formal theory; quantitative methods.
Professor Miller's research covers several topics in comparative politics, formal and quantitative methodology, and political economy. His focus is on democratization and the causes and consequences of autocratic elections.
Professor Miller's current research focuses on three interconnected areas: electoral authoritarianism, democratization, and political methodology.
His work has appeared in the American Journal of Political Science, Comparative Political Studies, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of Theoretical Politics, British Journal of Political Science and elsewhere.
Democratic Pieces: Hybrid Regimes, Electoral Authoritarianism, and Disaggregated Democracy.