Elliot Stoller

Elliot Stoller

Doctoral Student in Organizational Behavior
Elliot Stoller

Research Interests: Government bureaucracies; socioeconomic interest groups; network analysis; regulatory rule making; justice; public policy; quantitative and qualitative methods

Elliot Stoller is a Doctoral Student in the Organizational Behavior program jointly offered by the Harvard Business School and the Department of Sociology at Harvard.

His research focuses on the organizational behavior within government bureaucracies and socioeconomic interest groups. Prior to his doctoral studies, he worked at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) on the Policy Development Team, and at the Hoover Institute as a research assistant focusing on institutional change. Elliot has also worked as the co-founder and co-president of the American Middle Eastern Network for Dialogue at Stanford (AMENDS), and in legislative and constituent affairs for Illinois State Senator Don Harmon.

Previous Degrees:
BA, Political Science, Minor in Economics, Stanford University, 2013

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