Florian M. Hollenbach's Website
I am an associate professor at the Department of International Economics, Government and Business at the Copenhagen Business School. Prior to joining CBS I was at Texas A&M University. I received my PhD in political science from Duke University in May 2015. During the 2014/2015 academic year, I was a fellow at the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance at Princeton University.
My research focuses on the political economy of state capacity, corruption, and fiscal policy.Related to my academic focus on corruption and illicit monetary flows, I am on the steering committee of the Anti-Corruption Data Collective, a new initiative bringing together journalists, data analysts, academics and policy advocates to expose corruption in developed countries. More information on the collective can be found here.
I am also interested in political methodology, specifically Bayesian and spatial statistics. I have taught undergraduate classes on the political economy of development and introduction to political science research methods. At the graduate level I have taught courses in Applied Bayesian Statistics, Comparative Politics Research Design, and Comparative Political Economy. At CBS, I am currently teaching courses on statistics and program evaluation.
You contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. On this website you can find an overview of my published research, current working papers, and teaching. Here are links to my CV, Google Scholar page and Dataverse. Recently, I have put together some resources on improving students’ academic writing, you can find those under: http://fhollenbach.org/WritingAcademic/.