Campbell Sharman, University of British Columbia

Adjunct Professor Political Science Vancouver, British Columbia campbell.sharman@ubc.ca Office: (604) 255-4092

Bio/Research

Campbell Sharman (Ph.D Queen's) joined the Department in 2002 after a career at the University of Western Australia where he was head of the Political Science Department and a Past President of the Australian Political Studies Association. His research interests include federalism and the effect...

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Bio/Research

Campbell Sharman (Ph.D Queen's) joined the Department in 2002 after a career at the University of Western Australia where he was head of the Political Science Department and a Past President of the Australian Political Studies Association. His research interests include federalism and the effect of institutional rules, both electoral and constitutional, on the political and governmental process in parliamentary systems. He is involved in a continuing project analyzing long term trends in parties, representation and government in Australia based on the Australian Politics and Elections Database.

During 2004 he was Associate Research Director for the BC Citizens’ Assembly on Electoral Reform and has undertaken projects for the Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions.



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