Adam Meirowitz's research interests include the use of game theoretic and quantitative methods to study collective decision-making and political institutions. Current research projects include: the study of bargaining and investing, limiting equilibria in voting games, arms sales and conflict, and vote-buying.
- BA , Political Science and Economics, University of Rochester
- M.S., Public Policy Analysis, University of Rochester. Project: Leveraged Bargaining Between Hospital Networks and Managed Care Plans
- A.M., Department of Economics/Economics, Stanford University
- Ph.D., Graduate School of Business/Political Economics, Stanford University. Project: Essays on Learning and Information Aggregation in Political Economy