Joshua is a PhD candidate in Comparative Politics at the University of Kent. His research focuses on local campaigns, elections, and voter mobilisation, using quantitative and field experiment methods. As an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Kent, Joshua teaches quantitative analysis and statistics at undergraduate level, and for Kent Q-Step. Joshua also runs the London School of Economics/Democratic Audit’s Democratic Dashboard project. He helps edit and writes articles for the Democratic Dashboard’s blog, contributes to Kent Q-Step’s podcast series, and has authored a major report for the Education Policy Institute.
Position: PhD Candidate and Assistant Lecturer
Website: Personal Website
Institution / Affiliation : University of Kent
Geographical Region: Europe
Methodology: Experimental Design, Field Experiments, Statistics, Survey Methodology