Quinton Mayne

Quinton Mayne

Ford Foundation Associate Professor of Public Policy
Quinton Mayne

Research Interests

Mayne's primary research focus is on better understanding how the design of democratic political institutions affects how citizens think and act politically. A particular concern of his work is studying how public opinion and political behavior are shaped by cross-level interactions between individual-level characteristics on the one hand and features of the socio-economic and institutional environment on the other.

Related Publications

Hakhverdian, Armen, and Quinton Mayne. "Institutional Trust, Education, and Corruption: A Micro-Macro Interactive Approach." Journal of Politics 74.3 (July 2012): 739-750.


Contact Information

124 Mt. Auburn, Suite 200N-252

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