Constitutions and Government Democracy and Democratisation Institutions and organisations Legislatures Methods Parliaments Political Parties
Christine is a Dutch DPhil candidate in Politics at Hertford College. Her research centres on the causes and effects of intra-coalition polarization at different stages of the lifecycle of a coalition government, thus from formation to termination. In doing so, she employs computational text analysis and causal inference based research design. She has previously completed the MPhil programme in European Politics at the DPIR, writing her thesis on the interaction of coalition governments with the institutional design of the Dutch parliament from 1848 onwards.
Sheldon, C.R. (2020) Undoing the Fixed Term Parliaments Act, OxPol (Link)