Daniel Kselman received a PhD in political science from Duke University, where he also received a Masters degree in Economics. His research emphasizes the consequences of political parties’ organizational structures for a variety of important phenomena, including the incidence of political extremism, patterns of economic policy, and ultimately the stability of democratic competition. Daniel’s research also exhibits a commitment to methodological pluralism, combining advanced techniques in game theoretic and statistical analysis with extensive field research in contemporary Turkey. He is currently a research fellow at the Juan March Institute in Madrid, Spain, and also serves as Vice President of the Minga Foundation, an international NGO in the field of health and economic development.