Matt Qvortrup

Matt Qvortrup teaches British politics and Constitution at UCL. He has previously been a visiting Professor at University of Sydney and a fellow at the London School of Economics. Described by the BBC as "the world’s leading authority on referendums", Professor Qvortrup has worked as a consultant for the UNESCO, the US State Department, Elections Canada, the Danish Ministry of Cultural Affairs, and the Australian Parliament, as well as the Home Office and the Electoral Commission. He is the author of ‘Supply Side Politics: How Citizens’ Initiatives could revitalise British Politics’ (CPS, 2007) and also blogs for the CPS.

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