- Ph.D. Candidate, Travers Department of Political Science, UC Berkeley
- M.A., Department of Statistics, 2013 UC Berkeley
- M.A., Travers Department of Political Science, 2008 UC Berkeley
- M.P.P., Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan, 2005
- B.A., University of Chicago: major: Egyptology; minor: Economics, 1999
Professor Hosek’s research focuses on income inequality and redistributive politics in the United States, the statistics of causal inference and survey experimentation.
- with Lauren Peritz, 2022. "Legislating Globalization: Trends in Trade and Immigration Bills at the United States House of Representatives." Quarterly Journal of Political Science Volume 17, pp. 1-39, forthcoming.
- 2019. "Ensuring the Future of the Affordable Care Act on the Health Insurance Marketplaces." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law Volume 44, Number 4, pp. 589-630.
- with Bradford S. Jones, Jeffrey W. Sherman, Natalie E. Rojas, David L. Vannette, Rene R. Rocha, Omar García-Ponce, Maria Pantoja and Jesus Manuel García-Amador, 2021. "Trump-induced anxiety among Latina/os." Group Processes and Intergroup Relations Volume 24, Number 1, pp. 68-87.
- "An Integrated Assessment of the Effects of Title I on School Behavior, Resources and Student Achievement" with Jordan Matsudaira and Elias Walsh. Economics of Education Review, June 2012.
- "ANOVA" with Erin Hartman. International Encyclopedia of Political Science, September 2011.
PS290G: Research in Political Methods (Causal Inference)
PS211: Research Methods (Probability Theory/Introductory Statistics)
PS108: Public Sector Policy
PS174: Government and the Economy