Research Methods


What is the Nature of a Political Process Preference? The 3Cs Framework as a New Multidimensional Conceptualization

Introducing the 3Cs Framework, which tries to map out three dimensions necessary to understand the nature of a political process preference: coherence, contextuality, conditionality. This is a development of my previous 2022 ECPR Conference paper. You can download the new version from this blog post.


From an Ideological to a Contingent Conceptualisation of Political Process Preferences: A Multidimensional Approach

Next week at the ECPR Annual Conference in Innsbruck I will present my new working paper, which develops a multidimensional framework for understanding the nature of a political process preference. You can download the full paper from this blog post.

Leadership and the hidden politics of co-produced research

What are the hidden politics of seeking to co-produce research with stakeholders? What kinds of leadership are common in co-produced research? What trade-offs does each kind of leadership make in addressing issues such as being directive, inclusive, innovative, accountable, open to what emerges and sharing power?