Lecturer in Political Science, United States Studies Centre
Shaun Ratcliff is a Lecturer in Political science at the US Studies Centre. His research focus is on the use of quantitive methods and survey data to understand public opinion, political behaviour and the role of parties in both the United States and Australia. In particular he is interested in how these have changed over time.
He completed his PhD at Monash University in 2016, where he studied voter and candidate issue preferences, and public policy outcomes.
He teaches politics, political psychology and quantitative research methods, and is a member of the executive committee of the Australia Society of Quantitative Political Science.
Shaun has a background working in politics and government relations, and has consulted for federal election campaigns.
An academic seminar with Shaun Ratcliff, Assistant Lecturer in Political Science at Monash University on what US research can tell us about Australian political parties and the policies they pursue.
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