Luana Russo authors book chapter

Luana Russo, an assistant professor at the department of Political Science, is one of the authors of The Routledge Handbook of Elections, Voting Behaviour and Public Opinion. She contributed to the methodological section of this volume with a chapter titled ‘The Use of Aggregate Data in the Study of Voting Behaviour: Ecological Inference, Ecological Fallacy and Other Applications’.

This handbook details the key developments and state of the art research across elections, voting behaviour and the public opinion by providing both an advanced overview of each core area and engaging in debate about the relative merits of differing approaches in a comprehensive and accessible way. Bringing geographical scope and depth, with comparative chapters that draw on material from across the globe, it will be a key reference point both for advanced level students and researchers developing knowledge and producing new material in these sub-fields and beyond.

The Routledge Handbook of Elections, Voting Behavior and Public Opinion is an authoritative and key reference text for students, academics and researchers engaged in the study of electoral research, public opinion and voting behaviour.

André Blais (Professor at the Université de Montréal, Canada) commented about the volume: ‘The Handbook very nicely covers all the topics related to the study of elections, voting and public opinion: the most influential theories and methods, both turnout and vote choice, both the individual-level and the contextual determinants, the roles of both voters and parties. The review essays are written by top scholars in the field, with a crucial cross-national perspective. An essential reading for all those who study and/or teach political behaviour.”

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