Robert Hoffman

Rob is an Early Career Researcher specialising in public policy. He currently teaches Australian politics and public policy at Swinburne and works in health policy research. His PhD explored processes of electoral policy reform.

Publications:

Hoffman, R et al. 2019, Guardianship in Hospitals: A Collaborative Pilot Project, Australian Health Review, Forthcoming

Gurrieri, L & Hoffman, R 2019, Addressing and preventing sexist advertising: an analysis of local and global promising practice, Women’s Health Victoria Research Paper

Hoffman, R 2015, Participation, Partisanship and the Electoral Reform Process, PhD Thesis, Swinburne Institute for Social Research

Hoffman, R & Lazaridis, D 2013, The Limits of Compulsion: Demographic Influences on Voter Turnout in Australian State Elections, Australian Journal of Political Science (48:1), 28-43

Brent, P & Hoffman, R 2011, Electoral Enrolement in Australia: Freedom, Equality and Integrity, in Tham, Costar & Orr (eds) 2011, Electoral Democracy: Australian Prospects, Melbourne University Press

Hoffman, R & Costar, B 2010, Not Going Green: The Higgins By-Election of 2009, Australian Journal of Political Science (45:4), 693-703

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