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Chief executive succession and the performance of central government agencies

Professor Oliver James | Political Science | 01 October 2010

Chief executives are an important group of officials in many government systems. In britain, they manage and account for a large part of central government operations, from services for jobseekers to border control and criminal justice functions. Res ...

Voters in context: the british election study 2015

Professor Edward Fieldhouse | Political Science | 01 October 2013

The british election study has taken place at every general election since 1964, covering a sequence of 13 general elections and accumulating data over a half century.   the new study for 2015, led by a team from the universities of manchester, ...

Participation, political organisations and the impact of the internet

Professor Rachel Gibson | Political Science and International Relations | 01 October 2000

The project will evaluate the use of the internet by political organisations (parties, interests groups and new social movements) to promote participation in two dimensions: participation widening - examining how far the internet does/could increase ...

Authoritarian elections: the russian case, 2011-2012

Professor Stephen White | Political Science | 01 November 2011

A series of changes from 2005 onwards have strengthened central control of the electoral process in postcommunist russia to such an extent that (for some) they should more accurately be termed ‘authoritarian elections’ and placed together ...

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