Andrew Q. Philips

about

Welcome! I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Colorado Boulder. I specialize in political economy and methodology. Some of my current research interests include:

  • A textbook on pooling data across both space and time
  • A book project on how domestic and international economic, political and institutional factors affect the composition of government expenditures, as well as other budgetary components
  • How changes in the representation of women politicians shape certain outcomes, such as government spending and the electability of other women
  • How to better specify, model and interpret a host of dynamic models, such as ARCH/GARCH, ARDL, and models using compositional data
  • Various dabbling in machine learning, elite speech's effect on financial markets, opportunistic political spending and political science pedagogy

On this website you can find my CV, links to my work, software, a variety of downloads for both Stata and R, and course materials. You can also contact me or check out my Google Scholar page.

recent publications

Click the link below to see all publications, access ungated versions and replication files.

All Publications

software

mkduration

Create duration variable with binary cross-sectional time series data (Stata)

dynsimpie

Model dynamic compositional dependent variables (Stata)

dynamac

Dynamic simulation and testing of single-equation autoregressive distributed lag models (R/Stata)

courses

University of Colorado Boulder


  • PSCI 7108: Time Series and Pooled Time Series. Syllabus
  • PSCI 7095: Advanced Political Data Analysis. Syllabus
  • PSCI 7155: Maximum Likelihood. Syllabus
  • PSCI 3075: Applied Political Science Research Syllabus
  • PSCI 3105: Designing Social Inquiry. Syllabus
  • PSCI 2075: Quantitative Research Methods. Syllabus
  • Summer Workshop in Political Methodology: Cross-Sectional Time Series. Syllabus
  • Summer Workshop in Political Methodology: Machine Learning. Syllabus
  • Interdisciplinary Training in the Social Sciences Quantitative Methods Workshop.
  • Interdisciplinary Training in the Social Sciences Short Course: Modeling Temporal and Spatial Processes in the Social Sciences. Syllabus
  • Graduate Student Introduction to Statistical Programming Software. Syllabus

  • Others

  • ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research: Panel Data and Longitudinal Analysis. Syllabus
  • ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research: Advanced Topics in Dynamic Panel Models. Syllabus
  • IPSA-USP Summer School in Concepts, Methods and Techniques in Political Science and International Relations: Advanced Time Series Cross-Section Analyses. Website. Syllabus
  • IPSA-USP Summer School in Concepts, Methods and Techniques in Political Science and International Relations: Modeling Dynamics and Advances in Modeling Dynamics. Website

  • Texas A&M

  • POLS 328-502: Globalization and Democracy. Syllabus
  • Introduction to Statistical and Programming Software. Syllabus

contact

Feel free to contact me at andrew[dot]philips[at]colorado[dot]edu. You can also find me on GitHub and on Twitter (@andyphilips_).

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