Comparative Electoral Systems

By Julian Dierkes

I am an avid listener of podcasts. Unfortunately, Mongolia only makes a rare appearance in English-language podcasts.

The fact that I have a colleague, Max Cameron, who has an interest in different electoral systems now has given me the chance to record a conversation about the upcoming parliamentary election. Dr. Cameron is a comparative political scientist who focuses much of his research attention in Latin America. He also currently serves as the Acting Director of the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs where I teach in the Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs. In Joshua Diemert, a 1st-year in the MPPGA program, we had a very competent host to that conversation!

And here it is: Our Podcast Episode.

For more about my colleague Max Cameron, see his talk:

A discussion of a book by Dr. Cameron and an opinion piece that he wrote.

 

 

About Julian Dierkes

Julian Dierkes is a sociologist by training (PhD Princeton Univ) and a Mongolist by choice and passion since around 2005. He teaches in the Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. He tweets @jdierkes
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