I am an Assistant Professor of political science at the University of California - Los Angeles. I received my PhD from Stanford University in 2013. My areas of research are Representation, American Politics, Public Opinion, Congress, and Methodology. In particular, I am interested in understanding how citizens provide incentives for legislative position taking and how legislators respond to those incentives. In other words, I do research in order to better understand the mechanics of democratic representation.
In 2012 I worked on the Senate Finance Committee as an American Political Science Association Congressional Fellow. I'm from Lyme, New Hampshire by way of New York City and Stanford, California.
You can reach me at ctausanovitch[at]ucla.edu.
You can find my google scholar page here.