Dr Emily Clough
Lecturer in Politics
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- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 6737
I am interested in political parties and elections; my work concentrates on these in the US and Canada. I am particularly interested in the role of minor parties in democracies with plurality voting systems. Methodologically, my work makes use of agent-based modeling and basic statistical methods.
PhD in Political Science, University of Minnesota, 2004
BA in Political Science, New College of Florida, 1997
Assistant Professor, University of North Texas
Visiting Lecturer, Dartmouth College
Political parties and elections, the politics of US and Canada, agent-based modeling, statistical methods
POL 8041: Theories and Approaches to the Study of Politics
- Coward M, Grayson K, Chisholm A, Walton A, Clough E, Feklyunina V. Editorial 2016. Politics 2016, 36(1), 3-4.
- Clough E, Bell D. Just fracking: a distributive environmental justice analysis of unconventional gas development in Pennsylvania, USA. Environmental Research Letters 2016, 11(2), 025001.
- Bloodgood E, Clough E. Transnational Advocacy Networks: A Complex Adaptive Systems Simulation Model of the Boomerang Effect. Social Science Computer Review 2016, Epub ahead of print.
- Coward M, Grayson K, Barr M, Clough E, Feklyunina V. Editorial 2015 – Diversity in Politics. Politics 2015, 35(1), 1-2.
- Coward M, Grayson K, Barr M, Clough E, Feklyunina V. Editorial: Politics in 2013 – The Changing Landscape of Academic Publishing. Politics 2013, 33(1), 1-4.
- Coward M, Grayson K, Barr M, Clough E, Feklyunina V. Editorial: Future Challenges and Strategies for Politics. Politics 2012, 32(2), 65-68.
- Clough E. Party Leadership and Party Support: Nick Clegg and the 15 April Debates. Electoral Studies 2012. Submitted.
- Clough E. Still Converging?: A Downsian party system without polls. Journal of Theoretical Politics 2008, 20(4), 461-476.
- Clough E. Strategic Voting Under Conditions of Uncertainty. British Journal of Political Science 2007, 37(2), 313-332.
- Clough E. Talking Locally and Voting Globally: Duverger’s Law and homogeneous discussion networks. Political Research Quarterly 2007, 60(3), 531-540.
- Clough E. Two Political Worlds?: the influence of provincial party loyalty on federal voting in Canada. Electoral Studies 2007, 26(4), 787-796.