Discipline: Political Science
Specialisation: political parties, elections, Australian politics, British politics, comparative politics
Professor Ian McAllister is Director of the Research School of Social Sciences at The Australian National University. His research interests are in the areas of comparative political behaviour, political parties, voters and electoral systems. Recent research includes Australian political parties and political behaviour; Russian electoral behaviour and democratisation; and political behaviour and violence in Northern Ireland.
- Ian McAllister (2001) Elections Without Cues: The 1999 Australian Republic Referendum, Australian Journal of Political Science 36(2):247-269.
- Russell Dalton, Ian McAllister and Martin Wattenberg (2000) The Consequences of Partisan Dealignment, In Parties without Partisans: Political Change in Advanced Industrial Democracies. Russell Dalton, Martin Wattenberg (eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Ian McAllister (2000) Keeping Them Honest: Public and Elite Perceptions of Ethical Conduct Among Australian Legislators, Political Studies 48(1):22-37.
- Ian McAllister (1999) The Economic Performance of Government, In Critical Citizens: Global Support for Democratic Governance. Pippa Norris (eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Ian McAllister (1998) Civic Education and Political Knowledge in Australia, Australian Journal of Political Science 33(1):7-24.