Bill Schultz

Bill Schultz

Asst. Instructional Professor

University of Chicago

I study resource management policy in societies around the world, with a focus on the politics of conservation and development projects. I’m especially interested in the role social diversity and participatory policymaking play in these initiatives. I conduct research using a flexible mix of game theory, observational data analysis, and experimentation. Methodologically, I am interested in geospatial data collection, causal inference, and recent efforts to improve how applied researchers interpret statistical findings.

On this website, you will find some information about my research, courses I teach, and my CV. You can also get in touch over email. Thank you for visiting!

Interests

  • Resource management
  • Conservation
  • International development
  • Geospatial data
  • Causal inference
  • Game theory

Education

  • PhD in Political Science, 2020

    Florida State University

  • MA in Political Science, 2017

    Florida State University

  • BSc in Business Management, 2009

    University of Maryland

  • BA in Government and Politics, 2013

    University of Maryland

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