Keyword: Political Parties

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Mr. Alan Angell

Emeritus Fellow in Latin American Politics, St. Antonys College

Professor Martin Ceadel

Professor of Politics, Fellow of New College

Associate Professor Paul Chaisty

Associate Professor of Russian Government, St Antonys College

Associate Professor Elias Dinas

Associate Professor of Comparative Politics, Brasenose

Dr David Doyle

Associate Professor of Politics, St. Hughs

Professor Andrew Eggers

Associate Professor of Quantitative Methods in Comparative Government, Director of the Oxford Q-Step Centre, Fellow of Nuffield College

Professor Geoffrey Evans

Professor in the Sociology of Politics, Official Fellow in Politics, Nuffield College

Mr Zack Grant

Research topic: Voting Behavior, The Decline of Social Democratic Parties, Niche Parties, Electoral Competition, Party System Change

Dr Michael Hart

Associate Professor of Politics, Exeter College

Prof Anthony Heath

Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Emeritus Professor of Nuffield College

Dr David Hine

Associate Professor of Politics and Student of Christ Church

Maryhen Jimenez Morales

Research topic: Opposition Competitiveness in Authoritarian Regimes in Latin America

Dr Spyros Kosmidis

Departmental Lecturer in Quantitative Methods

Dipl. Pol. Tomislav Maršić

Research topic: Controlling the party or controlling the media? How intra-party dynamics moderated, and reinforced, particularism in Croatia, 2000-2014

Tobias Nowacki

Research topic: Institutional Determinants of Voting Dissent in Parliaments

Dr Nicholas Owen

Associate Professor of Politics, Praelector in Politics, Queens College, Director of Undergraduate Studies

Sergi Pardos-Prado

Fellow in Politics at Merton College

Dr Timothy Power

University Lecturer in Brazilian Studies, St Antonys College

Emeritus Professor David Robertson

Emeritus Professor of Politics

Professor F. David Rueda

Professor of Comparative Politics, University Lecturer, Fellow, Nuffield College

Professor Petra Schleiter

Professor of Comparative Politics and Tutorial Fellow (St Hilda's College)

Mr Jaemin Shim

Research topic: The Effects of Political Institutions on Welfare Politics in South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan

Professor James Tilley

Professor of Politics and Fellow of Jesus College

Ms Ariadna Tsenina

Research topic: Strategies of electoral dominance in semi-authoritarian regimes

Associate Professor Maya Tudor

Associate Professor in Government and Public Policy, Blavatnik School of Government, St. Hildas College

Professor Stephen Whitefield

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