About Georgia Pfeiffer
Georgia is a PhD candidate in the School of Government and Public Policy at the University of Arizona. Her dissertation, Belief Segregation in Advocacy Coalitions: Where It Is and Where It Isn’t, includes three studies on the nature and measurement of belief segregation and its impacts on policy networks through the lens of the Advocacy Coalition Framework. In particular, her dissertation focuses on the policy networks of professionals who work on issues of environmental risk in United States federal policy. More broadly, her research interests include environmental policy, diffusion of innovations, and the policy making process.