Matt Qvortrup is a Visiting Professor of constitutional law at the ANU College of Law.
Described by the BBC as “the world’s leading expert on referendums,” Matt Qvortrup is also the Chair of political science at Coventry University and an authority on democracy and British and European politics.
As editor-in-chief of the Q1 journal European Political Science Review, he has written widely on the global threat to democracy and dictatorship. In addition, Professor Qvortrup has worked with brain-scientists to understand the neuroscience of political action.
A former journalist, Matt appears regularly on BBC World, and has written op-eds for The Guardian, Newsweek, The Los Angeles Times, El Mundo, and The Times.
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25 January 2023