Shiro Kuriwaki

Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Government
Harvard University

Shiro Kuriwaki is a graduate student in Harvard's department of Government since 2015. His research focuses on democratic representation in American Politics. He is also interested in public opinion measurement, survey methods, and applied statistics more generally. Prior to and during graduate school, he worked at the Analyst Institute in Washington D.C., where he implemented and analyzed campaign field experiments and built statistical models for heterogeneous treatment effects.

Curriculum Vitae

1737 Cambridge Street
Room 411, CGIS Knafel Building
Cambridge, MA 02138

Working Papers

(Please see my CV for other work in progress.)


I co-taught the 2017 Government Math PreFresher for incoming PhD students, with Connor Jerzak. Handouts from the programming sessions can also be found here:

I also wrote statistics notes covering Probability, Inference, and Regression from a Masters-level Statistics and Quantitative Analysis class. All documents and underlying Rmarkdown code can be accessed here.


Cumulative CCES Common Content (2006-2016)


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