Non-Certificate Demographic Trainee
Public Policy PhD 2015
Tyler Scott is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Administration and Policy at the University of Georgia.
His topical research interests include environmental policy and natural resource management, collaborative management, water policy, public support for nonprofit organizations, and the use of decision tools such as benefit-cost analysis. He specializes in quantitative research; his areas of expertise include hierarchical models, Bayesian modeling, statistical network analysis, and spatio-temporal modeling. He has expertise in R and Python programming languages, and has earned certificates in Statistics in Social Science, Demography and Ecology, and Qualitative/Mixed Methods Research. He completed his PhD in Public Policy and Management at the University of Washington in 2014.