Research Professor, Center for Political Studies
Professor, Department of Political Science
Ph.D. 1975 University of Michigan (Political Science)
Department of Political Science, University of Michigan
6735 Haven Hall, 505 South State Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1045
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Greg Markus's research work focuses on practical approaches to building political power from the bottom up. He has worked for more than 25 years with organizations at the local, state, national and international levels that build the capacities of individuals and communities to address public issues.
Markus, G.B., The impact of personal and national economic conditions on the presidential vote: A pooled cross-sectional analysis. American Journal of Political Science, 1988. 32(1): p. 137.
Jennings, M.K. and G.B. Markus, Partisan Orientations over the Long Haul: Results from the Three-Wave Political Socialization Panel Study. The American Political Science Review, 1984. 78(4): p. 1000-1018.
Markus, G.B., Political Attitudes during an Election Year: A Report on the 1980 NES Panel Study. The American Political Science Review, 1982. 76(3): p. 538-560.
Converse, P.E. and G.B. Markus, Plus ca change...: The new CPS election study panel. The American Political Science Review, 1979. 73(1): p. 32.
Markus, G.B. and P.E. Converse, A Dynamic Simultaneous Equation Model of Electoral Choice. The American Political Science Review, 1979. 73(4): p. 1055-1070.