This course is aimed at providing an introduction to experimental political science. Although in earlier years of the discipline, political scientists have expressed scepticism about the possibility of using experiments to draw inferences about political behaviour, experimental research today has gained a strong foothold in political science.
This course runs during the Trinity term.
Further information on the course content can be found on this page.
Lecturer: Raymond Duch
Intended Audience: Doctoral Students, Year 1 DPhil, Year 2 DPhil