Meet JEPOP'S Editorial Team
EPOP has its own journal The Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties published by Taylor and Francis and edited by Susan Banducci, Christopher Carman, Jae-Jae Spoon and Daniel Stevens. Sylvia Kritzinger and Laura Sudulich join the team as associate editors.
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Meet the new editorial team:
My research focuses on elections as instruments of democracy through examining inequalities in political participation, bringing together individual and institutional explanations using large-scale cross-national and longitudinal surveys. I have 20 years of experience working on international, collaborative projects including the New Zealand Election Study, the European Election Study and two EU funded early career researcher training networks. Most recently, I am PI on an NCRM Methodological Innovation grant and PI on a European Industrial Doctoral Training partnership funded by the European Commission. I have published articles and book chapters in academic journals such as Public Opinion Quarterly and the British Journal of Political Science.
I am the Stevenson Professor of Citizenship at the University of Glasgow. I have held previous positions at the University of Strathclyde and the University of Pittsburgh (USA). At the University of Glasgow I served as the Head of the School of Social and Political Sciences and I am currently the Dean of the University of Glasgow – Nankai University (China) Joint Graduate School. Specialising in research on public opinion, elections and political representation, I have published numerous books and articles analysing U.S., U.K. and Scottish elections and politics and I am a member of the Scottish Election Study team. I am the co-author of Representing Red & Blue: How the Culture Wars Change the Way Citizens Speak and Politicians Listen (Oxford), More Scottish than British: The 2011 Scottish Parliament Election (Palgrave) and Elections and Voters in Britain (Routledge). I regularly provide analysis on current politics and elections on BBC radio and BBC and STV television.
I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh. I previously held positions at the University of Iowa and the University of North Texas and was a visiting researcher at the University of Mannheim. I received my PhD from the University of Michigan. My research focuses on comparative electoral behavior primarily in Europe. I am interested in understanding political party strategies and their outcomes for the party, its elected officials, and voters, and how party type and size, institutions, and context influence parties’ decision‐making at both the domestic and European levels. I have a particular interest in the behavior of new and small political parties. My research has been published by the British Journal of Political Science, European Journal of Political Research, Comparative Political Studies, Party Politics, Electoral Studies, and by the University of Michigan Press.
My research focuses on political communication and political psychology, primarily in the United States and Britain, where I have studied and worked for the last 20 years. This research has mostly drawn on experimental and survey data but I have also used other methods from content analysis to focus groups. Most recently I have worked on funded research on projects including, “Public Perceptions of Threat in Britain: Security in an Age of Austerity” and “Media in Context and the 2015 General Election: How Traditional and Social Media Shape Elections and Governing.” I have published articles in journals such as the American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Politics and the British Journal of Political Science.
I am a Professor at the Department of Government of the University of Vienna. I obtained my PhD in Political Science at the University of Vienna and then held post-doc and visiting positions at Trinity College Dublin, Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) and Vienna University. My research focuses on Political Behaviour and Electoral Research, Democratic Representation and Political Participation. I am one of the principal investigators of the Austrian National Election Study (AUTNES).
I am a Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University Kent. I hold a PhD from Trinity College Dublin where I started working on electoral campaigns, digital technologies and electoral behavior. My research interests are at the intersection between electoral studies and political communication. I have published research articles in journals such as Public Opinion Quarterly and the British Journal of Political Science. I am a book Editor for the ECPR Press.