Adam Glynn is an Associate Professor in the Harvard Department of Government and an Associate of the Institute for Quantitative Social Science. His research and teaching interests include political methodology, inference for combined aggregate and individual level data, causal inference, and sampling/survey design. His current research involves design for indirect survey questions, and the partial identification of causal effects using quantitative and qualitative information. His recent work has appeared in the American Journal of Political Science, Public Opinion QuarterlyPolitical Analysis, the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, and the Journal of the American Statistical Association.