ACADEMIC ADVISORY BOARD

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ACADEMIC ADVISORY BOARD

Name and Title (and expertise) University/Institute (and Country)
Prof. Mark Beissinger, Putnam Professor in Politics

(expert on protest research, expert on Post-Soviet region and MENA)

 

Princeton University, Department of Politics

USA

Prof. Timothy Colton, Professor of Political Science

(expert in panel survey methodology and Post-Soviet politics)

 

Department of Government, David Center, University of Harvard

USA

 

Dr. Amparo González-Ferrer, Senior Research Fellow

(expert on international migration drivers, immigrant integration in Spain, immigrants’ political participation, comparative survey design)

 

Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)

Spain

Dr. Vinicius Guilherme

(expert on Brazilian, Latin American politics and IR and qualitative methods)

 

Researcher at the Instituto de Relações Internacionais da USP

Brazil

Prof. Jane Green, Professor of Political Science

(expert in surveys, quantitative analysis and UK politics Director of the British Elections Study)

 

DPIR, Nuffield College, University of Oxford

UK

Prof. Rachel Gibson, Professor of Political Science

(expert in political behaviour and social media analysis)

 

CMIST and Politics Department, University of Manchester

UK

Prof. Edward Fiedlhouse, Professor of Political Science

(expert in surveys, quantitative analysis and UK politics Director of the British Elections Study)

 

Politics Department , University of Manchester

UK

Prof. Henry Hale, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

(expert in panel survey methodology and Post-Soviet politics, and working on research in Latin America)

 

George Washington University, Elliott School of International Affairs

USA

Dr. Neil Ketchley, Lecturer in Middle East Politics

(expert on social movements, revolutions, street protest and mass mobilization with reference to the Middle East and North Africa)

 

Department of Middle Eastern Studies King’s College London

UK

Prof. Jan Kubik, Professor of Sociology

(expert on protest and social mobilization in Poland and quantitative protest event analysis)

 

Rutgers University

USA

Prof. Volodymyr Kulyk, Professor of Sociology

(expert on Ukraine, expert of survey questionnaire composition and analysis)

 

Institute of Political and Ethno-National Research of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Ukraine

Dr. Thomas Lacroix, CNRS Research Fellow

(expert on Moroccan migration and Moroccan diaspora activities)

 

Université de Poitiers, MIGRINTER

France

Dr. Covadonga Meseguer, Associate Professor in International Political Economy

(expert in survey methodology, migration, remittances, protest and Latin America)

 

Department of International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science

UK

Prof. Stanislaw Mocek, Professor of Sociology

(expert on Poland, social mobilization, sociology qualitative and quantitative methods)

 

Collegium Civitas, Sociology Department

Poland

Prof. Magdalena Nowicka, Professor of Migration and Transnationalism

(expert on migration, esp. Polish migrants in the UK and Germany, qualitative methods, network analysis)

 

Institute of Social Science Research Humboldt University and Member of the Executive Committee of the Berlin Institute for Integration and Migration Research

Germany

Dr. Volodymyr Panioto, Director of survey institute

(survey Partner in Ukraine and expert in survey methodology)

 

Kyiv International Institute of Sociology [Київський міжнародний інститут соціології ]Ukraine
Prof. Francisco Panizza, Professor in Politics

(expert on Brazilian and Latin American politics and qualitative methods)

 

London School of Economics and Politics, Department of Government

UK

Prof. Timothy Power, Professor in Political Science

(expert on Brazilian, Latin American politics and qualitative and quantitative methods)

 

DPIR, University of Oxford

UK

Dr. Bryn Rosenfeld, Assistant Professor of Political Science

(expert on case control method of analysis, survey methodology, and protest in Post-Soviet region)

 

University of Southern California

USA

Prof. Graeme Robertson, Professor of Political Science

(expert on protest in Post-Soviet region and experience with research on LA)

 

University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

USA

Dr. Oxana Shevel, Associate Professor in Politics

(expert in Ukrainian Politics, qualitative and quantitative methodologies)

 

Tufts University, Department of Political Science

USA

Prof. Joshua Tucker, Professor of Politics, an affiliated Professor of Russian and Slavic Studies, and an affiliated Professor of Data Science

(expert in social media analysis)

 

Department of Political Science, Jordan Center and SMAPP LAB, New York University

USA

Prof. Laurence Whitehead, Official Fellow in Politics (Emeritus)

(expert on Latin American politics and qualitative methods)

 

Nuffield College, University of Oxford

UK

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