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Professor Martin J. Bull
Professor of Politics (Salford) & Director (European Consortium of Political Research)
Eng/Soc/P&CHist
University of Salford

Expertise:
Italian Politics, Southern European Politics, Comparative Politics, Europeanization, Political Corruption, Political Parties, Institutional Reform

Biography:
Martin Bull is Professor of Politics at the University of Salford and Director of the European Consortium of Political Research. At Salford he is currently Deputy Chair of Senate, Chair of Senate's Academic Audit and Governance Committee, Member of the University Council and the Council's Nomtinations & Governance Committee. He is former Founding Head of the School of English, Sociology, Politics & Contemporary History and former Head of the Department of Politics & Contemporary History as well as former Academic Director of the ECPR. He was educated at the University of Nottingham, Nuffield College, Oxford and the European University Institute, Florence (where he obtained his doctorate in 1987). Prior to his appointment at Salford he held temporary lecturing positions in politics at the University of Hull, St. Anne's College and Balliol College, Oxford.he was He has held visiting fellowships at the European University Institute, Florence and the Collegio Carlo Alberto, University of Turin, and visiting lectureships at the London School of Economics, the University of Notthingham, Wayne State University, Detroit and the University of Clermont-Ferrand II. He was a Leverhulme Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence in 2003-04. He is Founding Editor-in-Chief of Social Sciences, former editor of Modern Italy and European Political Science and former Associate Editor of Parliamentary Affairs. He is on the Editorial Boards of Modern Italy, West European Politics, South European Politics & Society and the Journal of Contemporary European Studies. He is an Italian and comparative politics specialist, with interest in political corruption, institutional reform, Europeanization and political parties.

Qualifications:
B.A. (Hons), 1st Class, Politics, University of Nottingham, (1979) M.A. (Status), University of Oxford (1987) PhD, Politics, European University Institute, Florence (1979)

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