Andreas Murr

Andreas Murr
Andreas is Lecturer in Quantitative Methods in Political Science at the Department of Politics and International Relations. Andreas specialises in quantitative methods, particularly in Bayesian statistics and hierarchical models. His substantive research focuses on electoral behaviour, including models of decision making and election forecasting.

The State and Future of Political Methodology

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A few weeks ago in the British Academy, the Political Methodology Group of the Political Studies Association was launched with a one-day conference showcasing quantitative work in political science in the UK. Qualitative and Quantitative There have been various initiatives from various quarters focused on improving the quality of quantitative methods ...

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