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Lanhee J. Chen

Lanhee J. Chen lanhee
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Personal bio
Lanhee J. Chen is the David and Diane Steffy Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution; Director of Domestic Policy Studies and Lecturer in Public Policy; and Lecturer in Law at Stanford Law School. He also serves as a presidentially appointed and Senate confirmed member of the Social Security Advisory Board, a bipartisan and independent panel that advises policymakers on the future of the program. Chen's current research focuses on campaigns and elections, health policy, economic policy, and California policy and politics. He is a veteran of several high-profile political campaigns and has experience in government service, the private sector, and academia. Most recently, he served as policy director of the Romney-Ryan presidential campaign. He was also a health policy adviser to President Bush's reelection campaign and policy director of Steve Poizner's run for governor of California. During the Bush administration, Chen was a senior official at the US Department of Health and Human Services. He earned his PhD in political science, as well as a JD, AM in political science, and AB in government, all from Harvard University.

Currently teaching
COMM 153A: What The 2018 Elections Told Us And How They Help Us See How Campaigns Can Win In 2020 (Winter)
COMM 253A: What The 2018 Elections Told Us And How They Help Us See How Campaigns Can Win In 2020 (Winter)
LAW 7057: What The 2018 Elections Told Us And How They Help Us See How Campaigns Can Win In 2020 (Winter)
POLISCI 72: What The 2018 Elections Told Us And How They Help Us See How Campaigns Can Win In 2020 (Winter)
POLISCI 75: The 2018 Midterm Election: Making Your Voice Heard (Autumn)
PUBLPOL 132: The Politics of Policy Making (Spring)
PUBLPOL 146: What The 2018 Elections Told Us And How They Help Us See How Campaigns Can Win In 2020 (Winter)
PUBLPOL 232: The Politics of Policy Making (Spring)
PUBLPOL 246: What The 2018 Elections Told Us And How They Help Us See How Campaigns Can Win In 2020 (Winter)
PUBLPOL 308: Political Analysis for Public Policymakers (Autumn)
PUBLPOL 319: Legislation (Winter)
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