Dr Niccole Pamphilis

  • Lecturer (School of Social & Political Sciences)

Biography

Niccole Pamphilis (Ph.D. 2012, Michigan State University, Political Science) is a Lecturer in Quantitative Social Sciences (appointed 2014).

She is Deputy Director of the University of Glasgow's Q-Step Centre and helped create six "with quantitative methods" degree programmes in the School of Social and Political Sciences (SSPS). Her work with Glasgow Q-Step has focused on increasing data literacy and statistical training amongst undergraduates in SSPS. Additionally, Niccole has worked on increasing exposure and comfort with quantitative data in social sciences in secondary and primary schools throughout Scotland the the UK.

Niccole's research interests focus on the individuals' perceptions of responsibility and the connection between perceptions and observable behaviours, primarily in voting.

In addition to teaching at the quantitative methods courses at the University of Glasgow, Niccole has been involved in summer training sessions through the Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences' Summer School and the Inter-University Consortiuum for Political and Social Research's (ICPSR) Summer School in Quantiative Methods and Social Research (Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis I).


Publications

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Number of items: 5.

2019

Pamphilis, N. , Singh, S., Jeffery, C. and Slowik, M. (2019) Germany. In: Greer, S. L. and Elliott, H. (eds.) Federalism and Social Policy: Patterns of Redistribution in 11 Democracies. University of Michigan Press. ISBN 9780472131174 (Accepted for Publication)

2016

Jeffery, C., Pamphilis, N. , Rowe, C. and Turner, E. (2016) Introduction to the special issue: Reframing German Federalism. German Politics, 25(2), pp. 165-175. (doi: 10.1080/09644008.2016.1165804)

Jeffery, C. and Pamphilis, N. M. (2016) The myth and the paradox of 'uniform living conditions' in the German Federal System. German Politics, 25(2), pp. 176-192. (doi: 10.1080/09644008.2016.1164843)

2014

Jeffery, C., Pamphilis, N. M. , Rowe, C. and Turner, E. (2014) Regional policy variation in Germany: the diversity of living conditions in a 'unitary federal state'. Journal of European Public Policy, 21(9), pp. 1350-1366. (doi: 10.1080/13501763.2014.923022)

2013

Scmitt, P., Ruys, T., Marx, A., Jeffery, C., Swenden, W., Pamphilis, N. and Gaweda, B. (2013) The subsidiarity early warning system of the Lisbon Treaty – the role of regional parliaments with legislative powers and other subnational authorities. Project Report. Committee of the Regions, Brussels.

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Number of items: 5.

Articles

Jeffery, C., Pamphilis, N. , Rowe, C. and Turner, E. (2016) Introduction to the special issue: Reframing German Federalism. German Politics, 25(2), pp. 165-175. (doi: 10.1080/09644008.2016.1165804)

Jeffery, C. and Pamphilis, N. M. (2016) The myth and the paradox of 'uniform living conditions' in the German Federal System. German Politics, 25(2), pp. 176-192. (doi: 10.1080/09644008.2016.1164843)

Jeffery, C., Pamphilis, N. M. , Rowe, C. and Turner, E. (2014) Regional policy variation in Germany: the diversity of living conditions in a 'unitary federal state'. Journal of European Public Policy, 21(9), pp. 1350-1366. (doi: 10.1080/13501763.2014.923022)

Book Sections

Pamphilis, N. , Singh, S., Jeffery, C. and Slowik, M. (2019) Germany. In: Greer, S. L. and Elliott, H. (eds.) Federalism and Social Policy: Patterns of Redistribution in 11 Democracies. University of Michigan Press. ISBN 9780472131174 (Accepted for Publication)

Research Reports or Papers

Scmitt, P., Ruys, T., Marx, A., Jeffery, C., Swenden, W., Pamphilis, N. and Gaweda, B. (2013) The subsidiarity early warning system of the Lisbon Treaty – the role of regional parliaments with legislative powers and other subnational authorities. Project Report. Committee of the Regions, Brussels.

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Grants

  • 2019-2021: Glasgow Q-Step Transitional Funding. Funded by Nuffield Foundation. (UK) Value: £123,939.86. Role: Co-Investigator.
  • 2013-2019: Glasgow Q-Step Centre. Funded by Nuffield Foundation, ESRC and HEFCE (UK) Value: 1,440,683.80. Role: Co-Investigator.
  • 2015. Research Incentive Fund. Funded by University of Glasgow (UK) Value: £1,000.

Supervision

Happy to supervise students interested in working topics including:

  • Public Opinion
  • Perceptions of Responsibility
  • Political Institutions
  • Vote Choice

Current PGR Students

  • Johanna Tiedemann - Working on transitory and permanent income shocks to income. 
  • Stephen Powell - Working on creating Non-State Actor Rivalries data set and factors linked to escalation/de-escalation of conflict.

Teaching

Current Teaching

  • SPSS1001: Measuring Your Social World
    • Introductory course to data collection, descriptive statistics, graphics, hypothesis testing, and R.
  • SPSS4003: Research Design and Methods Selection
    • This course connects learned methods to the research design process, including refining research questions and data acquisition practices.

Teaching Recognition

  • Senior Teaching Fellow in the Recognizing Excellence in Teaching (RET) at the University of Glasgow

Additional information

Academic Service

  • University of Glasgow:
    • Deputy Director. University of Glasgow Q-Step Centre. 2017-present
    • Adviser of Studies. School of Social and Political Sciences. 2016-present
    • Ethics Committee. School of Social and Political Sciences. 2014-present
    • Coordinator for Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research Summer Program at the University of Glasgow. 2016-2018
  • External:
    • Comparative Political Institutions Program Committee Chair. Southern Political Science Association 89th Annual Conference. 2018
    • Marion Irish Award Committee Member. Southern Political Science Association 88th Annual Conference. 2017.
    • Reviewer for Economic and Social Research Council Doctoral Training Centre Open Competition. Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences. 2016.