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|Born||April 25, 1961|
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
|Citizenship||United States of America|
|Thesis||The Political Economy of the Budgetary Process (1989)|
|Doctoral advisor||Peverill Squire|
Christopher Wlezien (born April 25, 1961) is the Hogg Professor of Government at the University of Texas at Austin. He previously taught at the University of Oxford, Temple University, and the University of Houston, and has affiliations with other universities in the US and elsewhere. Wlezien teaches and researches in a number of areas, including public opinion, elections, institutions, policy, and research methodology. A long-standing research project develops and tests a "thermostatic" model of public opinion and policy in the US and other countries, recent work on which examines the mediating role of news coverage. He has published many journal articles and chapters. In addition, he has also written books including Degrees of Democracy, The Timeline of Elections, and Who Gets Represented among others.
In the media
- Christopher Wlezien - UT College of Liberal Arts
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- Christopher Wlezien – Southern Political Science Association
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- Christopher WLEZIEN | Ph.D., University of Iowa, 1989
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- The Public as Thermostat: Dynamics of Preferences for ... - jstor
- Christopher Wlezien lecture, The Timeline of Elections in Comparative Perspective, Tokyo 22 July 2016
- The Politics of Impoundments - Christopher Wlezien, 1994
- Robert Ford, Will Jennings, Mark Pickup & Christopher Wlezien
- Christopher Wlezien - University of Chicago Press
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