Ben Goodrich's primary research area is quantitative analysis, focusing on developing algorithms to understand social and political problems. Before joining the SIPA faculty, Goodrich taught in the Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences master's program at Columbia where he is now a Lecturer and was a postdoctoral researcher at Columbia's Applied Statistics Center. He received his Ph.D in Government and Social Policy from Harvard University in 2010.

Research & Publications

November 2012|Environmental Research Letters|Ben Goodrich, Alex de Sherbinin, Marc Levy, Susana Adamo, Kytt MacManus, Greg Yetman, Valentina Mara, Liana Razafindrazay, Tanja Srebotnjak, Cody Aichele, Linda Pistolesi
December 2011|Assessment|Ben Goodrich, Daryl G. Kroner, Andrew Gray
June 2006|International Organization|Ben Goodrich