Dr Zachary Greene

Strathclyde Chancellor's Fellow


Personal statement

I joined the faculty in 2015 as a Chancellor's Fellow. Before moving to Scotland, I worked as a post-doctoral researcher on the C2 project as a part of the SFB 884 "Political Economy of Reforms" research centre at the University of Mannheim from Summer 2012 to 2015. I completed my Ph.D. at the University of Iowa in 2012. 

My research explores the causes and consequences of intra-party politics for elections, government behaviour and public policy. My personal website contains additional information regarding my recent publications, replication datasets and ongoing projects.



'Party competition and dual accountability in multi-level systems' the independence echo : the rise of the constitutional question in Scottish election manifestos and voter behaviour
Greene Zachary, McMillan Fraser
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties Vol 30, pp. 317-338 (2020)
Polarization, accountability, and interstate conflict
Gallop Max, Greene Zachary
British Journal of Politics and International Relations (2020)
Being heard above the noise : the role of incumbent issue diversity in election campaigns
Greene Zachary
Political Behavior Vol 42, pp. 487–507 (2020)
The cost of coalition compromise : the electoral effects of holding salient portfolios
Greene Zachary, Henceroth Nathan, Jensen Christian B
Party Politics (2020)
Verba volant, scripta manent? Intra-party politics, party conferences and issue salience in France
Ceron Andrea, Greene Zachary
Party Politics Vol 25, pp. 701-711 (2019)
Domestic politics and changes in foreign aid allocation : the role of party preferences
Greene Zachary, Licht Amanda
Political Research Quarterly (2017)

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