Adam Schiffer

Associate Professor, Political Science · Texas Christian University

Professor Schiffer writes and speaks on media bias, presidential nomination contests, political news, elections, and public opinion.

Public Opinion and American Politics National Elections Political News Presidential Nomination Contests Media Bias

Graham Beattie

Assistant Professor of Economics · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Applied Microeconomics Public Economics Environmental Economics Political Economy

Sona Gala, J.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor of Marketing and Business Law, College of Business Administration · Loyola Marymount University

Business Law Entrepreneurship Law Small Business

Weiai (Wayne) Xu

Assistant Professor of Communication and Affiliated Faculty at Computational Social Science Institute · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Wayne Xu studies what he calls the "three Ds" on internet platforms: discord, distrust, and dishonesty.

Disinformation on social media plaforms China’s Digital Public Diplomacy Operations during the COVID-19 Crisis. Disinformation Dishonesty on internet platforms Computational communication

Stephen Farnsworth

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Farnsworth has spent decades researching how media and politics intersect. Check out his website at stephenfarnsworth.net.

American Elections American Government The American Presidency Internet Politics Mass Media and Politics

Nandini Gupta

Associate Professor of Finance · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Professor Nandini Gupta researches empirical corporate finance with a focus on politics, privatization, financial market reforms, and labor.

Financial Market Reforms Lobbying Political Economy Privatization Media Bias