Jonne Kamphorst

Mr Jonne Kamphorst

Research topic:
Impact of globalization on party systems
Degree course:
Curriculum vitae:

Research Themes:
Government Elections History Political Parties Political Economy Elections and electoral politics Political economy and international political economy 

Academic Profile

I am an MPhil candidate at the University of Oxford, Department of Politics and International Relations reading for a degree in Politics (Comparative Government). Before joining Oxford, I studied Political Science (BSc) at the University of Amsterdam and the University of Washington. In 2016-2017 I was a student at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) reading for an MSc in Political Sociology. As a political scientist in training, I have been focusing on globalization's impact on European party systems. In my work I aspire to be methodologically creative by using both qualitative and quantitative approaches in an integrated fashion. My current project intends to use machine learning to analyse Dutch policy documents in order to map different responses to globalization in the long-19th century. I am eager to pursue a research career in or outside of academia.



  • Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds fellowship (2017)
  • VSBfonds scholarship (2017)
  • Bekker-La-Bastide fonds scholarship (2016)
  • Fundatie van de Vrijvrouwe van Renswoude te ’s-Gravenhage scholarship (2016)
  • Dean's List - University of Washington (2016)
  • Honours certificate - University of Amsterdam (2016)
  • Amsterdam University Fund (2015)


  • Globalisation and the Transformation of the Political Space in the Long-19th century (Manuscript)

Conference Papers and Presentations

  • Research Presentation: 'Populism After the Dutch Elections' - the London School of Economics and Political Science (22/03/2017)