Andrej Tusicisny is a quantitative social scientist working as a researcher at Google. He earned a Ph.D. in political science from Columbia University in New York. In addition to a doctorate, he also holds three Master’s degrees from Columbia University and the Graduate Institute of International Studies (HEI) in Geneva.
Drawing on approaches from political science, behavioral economics, and social psychology, Andrej’s academic research focuses on the microdynamics of cooperation and conflict. His purely methodological contributions address a fundamental question of how we can draw causal inference from experimental and observational data. On this website, you can browse and download his research articles published in peer-reviewed academic journals, such as Journal of Peace Research and International Political Science Review.