Professor Anthony McGann


Personal statement

Anthony McGann joined the School of Government and Public Policy in 2013, after previous appointments at the University of California, Irvine, and the University of Essex.  He is currently affiliated with the Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences and the Center for the Study of Democracy at the University of California, Irvine.  From 2008-2009 he was the co-director of the University of Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis and Collection.  He completed his PhD in Political Science at Duke University, Durham in 1999 and a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from University College, Oxford.


Parallel Lines? Policy Mood in a Plurinational Democracy
McGann Anthony, Dellepiane Avellaneda Sebastian, Bartle John
Electoral Studies (2019)
Policy accommodation versus electoral turnover : policy representation in Britain, 1945-2015
Bartle John, Dellepiane Avellaneda Sebastian, McGann Anthony
Journal of Public Policy (2018)
Gerrymandering in America : The House of Representatives, the Supreme Court and the Future of Popular Sovereignty
McGann Anthony, Smith Charles Anthony, Latner Michael, Keena Alex
A discernable and manageable standard for partisan gerrymandering
McGann Anthony J, Smith Charles Anthony, Latner Michael, Keena J Alex
Election Law Journal Vol 14, pp. 295-311 (2015)
Estimating the political center from aggregate data : an item response theory alternative to the Stimson dyad ratios algorithm
McGann Anthony J
Political Analysis Vol 22, pp. 115-129 (2014)
The calculus of consensus democracy : rethinking patterns of democracy without veto players
McGann Anthony J, Latner Michael
Comparative Political Studies Vol 46, pp. 823-850 (2013)

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