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Harold D Clarke

Harold D Clarke

Ashbel Smith Professor, University of Texas at Dallas

Harold D. Clarke, Ph.D. Duke University is Ashbel Smith Professor, School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences, University of Texas at Dallas, and Adjunct Professor, Department of Government, University of Essex. He also is editor of Electoral Studies.

Clarke's research on electoral choice and the political economy of party support in Great Britain, the United States and Canada has been supported by the National Science Foundation (U.S.), the Economics and Social Research Council (U.K.), the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (Canada) and the Hong Kong Science Foundation.

Skyrocketing unemployment is bad news for Boris Johnson

Jul 30, 2020 15:59 pm UTC| Economy

The COVID-19 pandemic has seriously disrupted the UK economy and major increases in unemployment are already occurring. It has already been reported that 649,000 jobs have disappeared during the lockdown. If history...

US under Trump Series

How the coronavirus economic crisis could hit Donald Trump's re-election prospects

Apr 22, 2020 13:07 pm UTC| Politics

The US currently has the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world and the highest number of deaths. Many commentators claim that President Donald Trumps reaction to the mounting health crisis has been confused...

These four decisions by the opposition could deliver Boris Johnson a majority in this election

Nov 19, 2019 02:42 am UTC| Insights & Views Politics

Our latest poll of polls shows that the Conservatives are moving into a possibly decisive lead over their rivals in voting intentions for the UK election. This is in large part because Brexit Party support is collapsing....

UK election: head to the polls in haste, repent the result at leisure

Oct 29, 2019 19:37 pm UTC| Insights & Views Politics

British political parties are positioning themselves for an impending general election but that doesnt mean it will happen before Christmas. The prime ministers tactic of offering extra time for debating his withdrawal...

Conservatives poll lead continues, despite Brexit turmoil

Oct 09, 2019 13:51 pm UTC| Insights & Views

Trends in vote intention polls show that the Conservatives continue to have a sizeable lead over their rivals. As of October 1, the Conservatives were on 33%, with Labour and the Liberal Democrats running well behind, tied...

Briferendum Aftermath Series

Is this really the Brexit election?

Apr 30, 2017 14:09 pm UTC| Insights & Views Politics

The rapidly approaching 2017 general election has already been dubbed the Brexit election. Many assume that Brexit will be the decisive issue in the campaign. A recent poll by IPSOS-MORI suggests that just over half of...

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Economy

S. Korea to invest 10 trillion won into smart city project, create 150,000 jobs by 2025

The South Korean government will invest 10 trillion won into a smart city project and create more than 150,000 jobs by 2025, as the country aims to become a global leader in the New Deal initiative. According to...

China’s super-rich got $1.5 trillion richer during pandemic

Chinas super-rich earned $1.5 trillion in 2020, more than the past five years combined, due to the popularity of e-commerce and gaming boomed during lockdowns. An extra 257 people also joined the billionaire club in...

Japan, China may restart mutual business travel in Oct.

Japan and China may restart its two-way business travel for both short- and long-term businesspeople as they seek to revive their economies. Around 9.59 million Chinese visited Japan in 2019, including about 370,000...

Australian weekly consumer sentiment rises for seventh consecutive week

Australian weekly confidence rose for the seventh consecutive week. The ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian consumer sentiment index rose 0.4 percent. A solid rise of 5.8 percent in Time to buy a household item underpinned the...

New Chinese law restricts sensitive exports, prescribes retaliation against threats

China has passed a new law restricting sensitive exports and taking reciprocal measures toward countries or regions that abuse export controls and threaten its national security and interests. Export controls under the...

Politics

Joe Biden endorsement: Six commerce secretaries endorse former VP's presidential bid

Former vice president Joe Biden is set to participate in the last presidential debate with Donald Trump just less than two weeks away from the November elections. The Democratic candidate has since received a slew of...

Ivanka Trump talks about her father Donald Trump's use of social media at Florida campaign event

Florida is one of the key states that Donald Trump needs to win over to get elected for a second term in the presidency. With his daughter Ivanka Trump on the campaign trail, she recently brought up her fathers use of...

Melania Trump revelation: 2018 recording reveals FLOTUS' reaction to Vogue choosing Beyonce for cover

First lady Melania Trump is known for being a former fashion model, so it comes as no surprise that she would view the industry differently especially in publications like Vogue. Mrs. Trumps former friend and aide...

Donald Trump blasted: Over 700 Economists warn against POTUS' reelection

Donald Trump often touts the countrys economic status in his reelection campaign. However, over 700 known economists have said otherwise, warning against voting for Trump to win a second term. Hundreds of economists,...

Science

NASA to announce Moon-related discovery next week

NASA has plans to return to the Moon in a few years time through the Artemis space program, in the hopes of sending the next man and the first woman on the lunar surface. The agency has revealed that it will be unveiling...

NASA revelation: Declassified report revealed strange incident during Apollo 10 mission

NASA is currently in the midst of preparing for its upcoming mission to the Moon under the Artemis program, following the successful Apollo space program decades before. From the many stories behind the scenes during the...

Asteroid news: NASA runs yearly drills for planetary defense in case of possible space rock collisions

With certain asteroids, such as the rock that marked the decline of the dinosaurs millions of years ago, posing a threat to Earth because of their size, the need for planetary defense has become a priority for agencies...

Asteroid warning: Neil Degrasse Tyson says a 'refrigerator-sized' asteroid will pass by Earth on November 2

Some asteroids have approached Earth at very close distances, some even getting past the Moon. Renowned scientist Neil Degrasse Tyson has warned one particular asteroid that will be approaching Earth at an incredibly close...

Technology

New ‘Halo Infinite’ leaks claim 343i is aiming to launch game ‘between March and June’

A barrage of supposedly leaked information about Halo Infinite emerged online recently claiming that developer 343 Industries is currently aiming for a first-half of 2021 release date. Meanwhile, huge multiplayer gameplay...

‘The Last of Us Remastered’ patch 1.11 delivers unbelievable loading times improvement on PS4

Many PlayStation fanatics have been waiting for the release of PS5 in the hopes of seeing impressive loading times improvements on their favorite games. However, at least for The Last of Us Remastered, they no longer have...

‘The Last of Us Part 2’ actor debunks DLC rumors that started from his Twitter post

Most of the video game fans that waited for The Last of Us Part 2 for more than seven years have likely completed the single-player campaign at this point and already looking for new content to enjoy. So when one of the...

PlayStation 5: Sony may delay the launch in Southeast Asia; Here are the countries that offer the cheapest PS5 price

PlayStation 5 is arriving next month but gamers or people in Southeast Asia who are looking forward to the launch date may be disappointed to know that they may not be included in this schedule. This is because it was...
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