Mr. David Masad
David Masad is an interdisciplinary researcher interested in applying rigorous quantitative techniques and large-scale data to complex social science questions. He uses econometric methods, computer simulations and text processing to facilitate rapid analysis, with an eye towards policy.
BA Economics, minor in Near Eastern Studies, University of Chicago
Ph.D. Student in Computational Social Science. George Mason University
Areas of Expertise:
Natural Language Processing libraries.
Herd Privacy: Modeling the Spillover Effects of Privacy Settings on Social Networking Sites. Presented at the 2011 CSSSA Annual Conference, 10-12 October 2011, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.
Presidential Scholar, George Mason University (three-year Presidential scholarship)
Instructor at Statistics.com since May 2013
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