@evaanduiza

@evaanduiza

eva anduiza

Eva Anduiza is Professor of Political Science at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain where she is also ICREA Academia research fellow. She directs the research group on Democracy, Elections and Citizenship. Her main research interests deal with different aspects of citizens’ involvement in politics in advanced democracies.

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@policentrica

@policentrica

Jennifer cyr

Jennifer Cyr is Associate Professor of Political Science and Latin American Studies at the University of Arizona, USA. Her research examines representation, identity, and institutional stability and change in Latin America. Her methodological interests centre on the rigorous integration of qualitative methods, and especially focus groups, into mixed-methods research. She is the author of The Fates of Political Parties: Institutional Crisis, Continuity, and Change in Latin America and Focus Groups for the Social Science Researcher.

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russel dalton

Russel Dalton is Professor at the University of California, Irvine, USA and former director of the Centre for the Study of Democracy. His research and teaching focus on the changing nature of citizen politics in contemporary democracies. He is the author of Democratic Challenges Democratic Choices (OUP).

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@BobbyDuffyKings

@BobbyDuffyKings

Bobby duffy

Bobby Duffy is Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Policy Institute at King’s College London, UK. Prior to joining King's, Bobby was Managing Director of Public Affairs for Ipsos MORI.

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@KimGron

@KimGron

kimmo Grönlund

Kimmo Grönlund is Professor of Political Science and Director of the Social Science Research Institute at Åbo Akademi University, Finland. He is the Director of the ‘Future of Democracy’, a Centre of Excellence in public opinion research and the Director of the Finnish National Election Study. He is also a member of the Steering Committee of the ECPR Standing Group on Democratic Innovations.

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christian Haerpfer

Christian Haerpfer is Full Professor of Sociology in the Department for Government and Society in the College for Humanities and Social Sciences at the United Arab Emirates University in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates. He is also Research Professor of Political Science at the Department of Political Science of the University of Vienna, Austria and President of the World Values Survey Association.

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marc hetherington

Marc Hetherington is Raymond Dawson Distinguished Bicentennial Professor of Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. He studies the American electorate, with a particular focus on the polarization of public opinion. He has published extensively on American politics, polarization, and trust.

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@MarcHooghe

@MarcHooghe

marc Hooghe

Marc Hooghe is a full professor of Political Science at the University of Leuven, Belgium, and a Visiting Professor at the Universities of Mannheim, Germany, Lille-II, France and Utrecht, the Netherlands. He holds an ERC Advanced Grant (‘Linkage’) to investigate the democratic linkage between citizens and the state in European democracies. He has published extensively on social capital, political participation, and political socialization.

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patricia justino

Patricia Justino is Professor at the Institute for Development Studies and Director of the ESRC-funded ‘Inequality and Governance in Unstable Democracies: The Mediating Role of Trust’ project. Her research focuses on the impact of violence and conflict on household welfare and local institutional structures, the microfoundations of violent conflict, and the implications of violence for economic development.

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@elina_kestila

@elina_kestila

elina Kestilä-Kekkonen

Elina Kestilä-Kekkonen is Acting Professor of Political Science at University of Tampere, Finland, and director of the CONTRE project. Her main research interests are political trust, electoral behaviour, and radical rights. She has published extensively of these topics for instance in European Journal of Political Research, West European Politics, Scandinavian Political Studies, and the European Political Science Review.

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@BobMattes1

@BobMattes1

robert mattes

Robert Mattes is Professor of Politics at the University of Strathclyde Glasgow, UK. His research interest are on issues of democratization primarily through the tools of survey research. He is co-founder and Senior Adviser of Afrobarometer, co-founder and co-Principal Investigator of the African Legislatures Project, and the South African National Election Study.

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ian McAllister

Ian McAllister is Distinguished Professor of Political Science at The Australian National University, Australia. His research interests are Australian politics, issues of democratisation, the relationship between social divisions and political cleavages, and comparative political behaviour. He is the author of ‘The Personalisation of Politics’ in The Oxford Handbook of Political Behaviour.

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@alessandro_nai

@alessandro_nai

Alessandro nai

Alessandro Nai is Assistant Professor of Political Communication and Journalism at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR), University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. His research focuses on political communication, voting behaviour, political psychology, and campaigning effects.

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@JonasTallberg

@JonasTallberg

jonas tallberg

Jonas Tallberg is Professor of Political Science at Stockholm University, Sweden, where he coordinates the research group on global and regional governance, and directs the research program Legitimacy in Global Governance (LegGov). His primary research interests are global governance and European Union politics.

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elizabeth Theiss-Morse

Elizabeth Theiss-Morse is Willa Cather Professor of Political Science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA. Her research has examined public opinion on various aspects of democracy, including support for civil liberties, Congress, democratic processes, and the American people as a national group.

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@TomWGvdMeer

@TomWGvdMeer

tom van der meer

Tom van der Meer is full professor in Political Science at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and co-director of the Dutch Parliamentary Election Study and the Dutch Local Election Study. He has published in a wide variety of national and international journals and edited volumes on themes such as political trust, electoral volatility, social capital, citizen participation, and quantitative research methods.

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Christian welzel

Christian Welzel holds a Professorship for Research of Political Culture
Center for the Study of Democracy Institute of Political Sciences at Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany. He is co-author of Modernization, cultural change, and democracy: The human development sequence and author of Freedom Rising: Human Empowerment and the Quest for Emancipation.

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SONJA zmerli

Sonja Zmerli is Professor of Political Science at Sciences Po Grenoble, France. Her research interests are political attitudes and behaviour, political psychology, civil society and social capital, and income inequality and social fairness. She is co-editor of the Handbook on Political Trust.

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