Lie Philip Santoso

School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Political Science and International Relations
Assistant Professor

Research interests: comparative political behavior, survey research, East Asian politics.

Lie Philip Santoso holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from Rice University where he specializes in comparative political behavior and survey methodologies. In general, most of his works focus on how differences in economic and political context across countries and over time impact the political behaviors and attitudes of citizens operating in those contexts. Besides his substantive interest, he is also interested in conducting survey research and exploring cutting-edge survey tools to answer political science questions. He has published in Political Analysis a paper on conducting survey experiments in Google Consumer Surveys, and currently he is working on a project that utilizes conjoint experiments to examine voters’ perception of the political “left-right” in four western democracies.