Gina Yannitell Reinhardt’s work has been supported by the National Science Foundation and the American Association of University Women, and can be seen most recently in Political Analysis, the Journal of Theoretical Politics and World Development.
Reinhardt has conducted fieldwork in Brazil, Japan, Portugal, Spain, Italy, and Canada. She spent a year as a fellow of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, where she helped investigate tax evasion, foreign corruption, money laundering, credit card abuses, and Medicare fraud. Her work can be found in political science, development, and public policy journals, as well as government publications.
She has taught courses on statistics, decision-making, and game theory for public and nonprofit managers, in addition to political economy of international development and public policy analysis. At the University of Essex, she is having fun teaching first-year undergrads introductory courses in politics and political economy.