Mr Zack Grant
Elections Political Parties Elections and electoral politics Comparative Politics and Government
I am an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)-funded DPhil student, with the additional Advanced Quantitative Methods (AQM) stipend.
I am primarily interested in public opinion, political parties and voting behaviour in advanced Western democracies. Most of my research concerns why particular types of voters choose to vote for 'radical' or 'anti-system' parties, and why aggregate levels of support for those types of parties varies between time and place.
DPhil Politics (Oxford, pending - began 2016)
MSc Politics Research (Oxford, 2016)
BA Politics (Durham, 2015)
Teaching specialism, interests and experience
'Practice of Politics' Tutorials
Comparative politics module for first-year undergraduates covering questions of regime types (democracy, authoritarianism, hybrid regimes), political institutions (electoral systems, executives, legislatures, the judiciary), state capacity and state formation (revolutions, state-building etc.), and political behaviour (parties and party systems, voters, political values, and identities).
Zack Grant and James Tilley (2018), Fertile Soil: Explaining variation in the success of Green parties, West European Politics (forthcoming) [https://doi.org/10.1080/01402382.2018.1521673]