Dimitri Landa is an Associate Professor of Politics at the New York University and Faculty Affiliate at the NYU Center for Experimental Social Science. Professor Landa’s research focuses on issues related to democratic theory, political economy, American politics, philosophy, and Law. Ongoing research projects include the political economy of federalism, accountability in representative institutions, deliberation and debate, and social identity and discrimination.
Professor Landa regularly teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses on political theory, game theory, and formal models of political institutions. His work has been published in American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Politics, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Theoretical Politics, Philosophical Studies, Political Science Research and Methods, Quarterly Journal of Political Science, and other journals.