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Philippe Blanchard


Associate Professor

P dot BlanchardATwarwick dot ac dot uk
Tel: +44 (0)24 765 23 714
Room: E2.14

Advice and feedback 2018.19, term 1 (except week 6)
Wednesday 15:30-17:00
Thursday 16:00-17:00

Updated 17.06.2019

I joined PAIS and the Warwick Q-Step team in 2014. I worked previously at the Universities of Paris 9 (France), Lausanne (Switzerland) and Pennsylvania State (USA). I has also collaborated in research and/or teaching with universities in Austria, Danemark, France, Germany, Italy, Singapore, Switzerland and the US. I am involved with the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) as a Board Member of the Standing group on Political Methodology, Instructor at the Methods School and Chair of the School's Academic Advisory Board. I am also a member of the board of the Committee on Concepts and Methods of the International Political Science Association (IPSA).

Latest news:

  • "Corrrespondence analysis", one-week workshop at the ECPR Summer School in Budapest, Hungary, July-August 2020. This is one of ~50 courses proposed, from 2 to 5 days each, covering a range of methods and tools from all social science traditions, and intended for all levels, from beginners to experienced.
  • "Advanced Sequence Analysis", ECPR Winter School in Bamberg, Germany, 25th Feb.-1st March 2019.
  • The Masters degree in Politics, Big Data and Quantitative Methods at Warwick is still recruiting for 2019.20. It is composed of three core modules: Fundamentals in quantitative research methods (which I will teach), Big data, hype or revolution and Advanced quantitative methods. We also offer a range of optional modules in politics and other disciplines, plus eight optional methods Masterclasses given by invited speakers. Students may also apply to 20-week long assistantships with one of the department's researchers.

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