Georgia Kernell’s research examines political parties and elections, political communication, comparative political behavior, partisanship, economic voting, and formal and quantitative methodology. She studies both comparative and American politics. Kernell is currently writing a book about how political parties’ organizations shape candidate strategies, representation, and electoral success in long-standing parliamentary democracies. She has published in a variety of outlets including Comparative Political Studies, Electoral Studies, International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Journal of Theoretical Politics, Political Analysis, and Political Communication.
Professor Kernell teaches courses on political communication and research methods.