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Researcher: Kefford, G (Dr Glenn Kefford)

Fields of Research

Australian Government and Politics
Political Science
Comparative Government and Politics

Research Objectives

Government and Politics
Political Systems
International Political Economy (excl. International Trade)
Civics and Citizenship
Electoral Systems

Career Best Publications

Agency, institutional stretch and structural adjustment: The Australian Labor Party 2006-2013; Party Politics

Research Publications

A Rejoinder to Dowding; Australian Journal of Political Science
Agency, institutional stretch and structural adjustment: The Australian Labor Party 2006-2013; Party Politics
All Hail the Leaders: The Australian Labor Party and Political Leadership; Australian Scholarly Publishing
Are Leaders Becoming More Powerful? Kevin Rudd and the Presidentialization Thesis Re-Examined; Australian Political Studies Association Conference 2012
Australian politics in the twenty-first century: old institutions, new challenges; Cambridge University Press
Ballots and billions: Clive Palmer's personal party; Australian Journal of Political Science
Bridging the information gap: A survey of politics and international relations PhD students in Australia; Australian Journal of Political Science
Palmer United Party is a vehicle for its leader, but it was successful while it lasted
Personalised politics: when the leaderís word is law
Presidentialization in the Antipodes? The Australian Case Examined; Political Studies Association Annual Conference
Rethinking small political parties: from micro to peripheral; Australian Journal of Political Science
Robo-Call Usage by Australian Political Parties: The Case of the Spooky Vote-Hunting Robot; Communication, Politics and Culture
Talking Point: Democracy comes at a cost whether voters like it or not
Talking point: Give more power to the people
The Plutocrat Party: When the Leader is the Owner; European Consortium of Political Research Annual Conference
The Plutocrat Party: When the Leader is the Owner; Australian Political Studies Association 2015 conference
The Presidentialisation of Australian Politics? Kevin Rudd's Leadership of the Australian Leadership of the Australian Labor Party; Australian Journal of Political Science
The Rise and Fall of PUP is Not Just About Clive
With her network, Lambie sets herself up as a Tasmanian Pauline Hanson

Research Projects

European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR); University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision