Karl Ho is Clinical Associate Professor of Political Science, Public Policy and Political Economy. He also serves as the Director of Academic Computing at UT Dallas. He describes himself as a "political scientist working at the intersection of data science and social science" His research interests include:
- Asian elections
- British politics
- Repression, human rights and democratization
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Confronting the Costs of Its past Success: Revisiting Taiwan's Post-Authoritarian Political and Economic Development The evolution of Taiwan's political economy seems paradoxical. From the 1960s to 1980s, Taiwan went through economic transformations that have been called an “economic miracle.” This was followed by a successful democratic ...