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RESEARCH

Stefan Dahlberg new visiting scholar at Department of Comparative Politics

Stefan Dahlberg (University of Gothenburg) visits the Department of Comparative Politics as a guest researcher this Fall. His research areas include representative democracy, democratic legitimacy, political parties and voting behavior.

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Stefan Dahlberg.
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Hilmar L. Mjelde

Stefan Dahlberg is a research fellow at the University of Gothenburg’s Quality of Government Institute (QOG), the Swedish National Election Study Program and the Multidisciplinary Opinion and Democracy Research Group (MOD). He is also one of the co-founders of the Swedish Citizens Panel, the sister institution of the Norwegian Citizen Panel.

Dahlberg’s research focuses on representative democracy, democratic legitimacy, political parties and voting behavior, and he is currently working on two research projects. The first project is related to democratic legitimacy in a country comparative perspective while the second project deals with gender differences in voting support for xenophobic parties.

Stefan Dahlberg will be with the Department of Comparative Politics for the remainder of the Fall semester.

 

For more on Dahlberg, click here.