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Carlo Horz

Assistant Professor
Areas of Speciality
  • Comparative Politics
  • Methods
  • LASB 343
Professional Links
Personal Website

Research Interests

  • Authoritarian politics
  • Belief formation
  • Behavioral game theory


Carlo Horz received his PhD in political science from New York University in 2017. Before coming to A&M, he was a post-doctoral research fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse. His research interests include authoritarian politics and belief formation. He is also interested in behavioral game theory.

Courses Taught

Graduate Classes

  • Spring 2015 – Game Theory I (Professor Eric Dickson)
  • Spring 2017 – Game Theory I (Professor Eric Dickson)

Undergraduate Classes

  • Fall 2014 – Comparative Politics (Professor Michael Laver)
  • Fall 2015 – Comparative Politics (Professor Arturas Rozenas)
  • Spring 2016 – Comparative Politics (Professor Michael Laver)
  • Fall 2016 – International Politics (Professor Shanker Satyanath

Representative Publications

Working Papers: 

Work in Progress: