Daniel Epstein


Major — American Politics

Minor — Methods


Daniel Epstein is a Ph.D. student studying American Politics and quantitative methodology.  He is interested in how congressional control of the bureaucracy is influenced by discretionary bureaucratic enforcement. 

The Law: White House Equities: The New Executive Privilege, 45 PRES. STUD. QTLY (2015) (with Mark Rozell, Ph.D).
Rationality, Legitimacy, & The Law, 7 WASH. U. JURISPRUDENCE REV. (2014).

Despite Pledge of Transparency, Obama Is Clogging Information Flow, NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL (April 14, 2014) (with Mark Rozell, Ph.D).

Redressing Politicized Spending, 15 ENGAGE No. 1 (Mar. 25, 2014).

The Reductio Ad Absurdum of Regulating Corruption, JURIST, (2013).

Gmail.gov: When Politics Gets Personal Does the Public Have a Right to Know?, ENGAGE (2012) (with Michael D. Pepson, J.D., LLM). 

B.A. Kenyon College
J.D. Emory University