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Professor Sarah Birch

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  1. Qaisar Butt First/primary/lead supervisor

    Political Economy

    Master of Philosophy

    Through this project I want to investigate to what extent the military has played its role in manipulating two Pakistani elections (1990 & 2018) & what method they have employed and how these methods have changed in a period of nearly three decades.

    7/01/20195/01/2022

  2. Amal Hamdan First/primary/lead supervisor

    Political Economy

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Electoral Reform by Presidential Imposition: Executive Dominance in the Process of Electoral Reforms in Lebanon

    1/08/201731/07/2021

  3. Maximilien Von Berg

    Geography

    Master of Philosophy

    Remediation strategies for the management and access of water resources in the absence of strong institutions: how fragile states are responding to the reduction of clean water per capita.

    7/01/20192/01/2020

  4. Ricardo Perkasa

    Political Economy

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The quality of elections and FDI Inflows

    4/11/2019 → …

  5. Minju Song First/primary/lead supervisor

    Political Economy

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Impeachment as a Political Contention and its Impact on Political (In)Stability: A Comparative Study of Brazil and South Korea (Working Title)

    1/10/2019 → …

  6. Kristof Horvath First/primary/lead supervisor

    Political Economy

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Anti-establishment entities in hybrid regimes – driving transformation or consolidation? An ethnographic study of the Hungarian Two Tailed Dog Party

    6/01/2020 → …

  7. David Gazsi

    Principal's Office

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The EU's sectoral engagement with third countries as functional integration: EU decentralised agencies as vehicles for Europeanisation and vanishing mediators?

    9/09/2019 → …

  8. Gabriela Aguirre Fernandez

    Political Economy

    Master of Philosophy

    "Strategic voting in different electoral systems: A comparative analysis" This project aims to systematically compare how voters translate their preference into a vote in elections under plurality and majority runoff (presidential elections).

    13/01/2022 → …

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