Cal Le Gall

Dr. Cal Le Gall

Kolingasse 14-16
1090 Wien
Room: 06.55

T: +43-1-4277-49754

Cal Le Gall is a postdoctoral researcher in the DeVOTE project and is co-responsible mainly for the collection and analysis of data for Work Package 1. Previously he was a postdoctoral researcher in the framework of the ERC Qualidem project (UCLouvain), as well as in the GLOBPOL project funded by the F.R.S.-FNRS (UCLouvain), which investigated the meanings of globalization for lay citizens and their effects on political behaviour.

He completed his PhD at the University of Salzburg and Sciences Po Grenoble in 2018 with a dissertation on the effects of international economic integration on voting behaviour. His work has been published in international peer-reviewed journals such as European Journal of Political Research, Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties and French Politics.

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Published articles

  • E H Allern, V W Hansen, L Rødland, M Røed, H Klüver, C Le Gall, D Marshall, S Otjes, T Poguntke, A Rasmussen, S Saurugger, & C Witko (2022). Introducing the party-interest group relationships in contemporary democracies datasets. Party
  • L Vila-Henninger, C Dupuy, V Van Ingelgom, M Caprioli, F Teuber, D Pennetreau, M Bussi, & C Le Gall (2022). Abductive Coding: Theory Building and Qualitative (Re)Analysis. Sociological Methods & Research
  • C Le Gall, D Devine (2021). Do perceived economic constraints affect performance voting? West European Politics. DOI: 10.1080/01402382.2021.1953850
  • R Magni‐Berton, A François, C Le Gall (2021). Is the EU held accountable for economic performances? Assessing vote and popularity functions before and after membership. European Journal of Political Research 60 (1), 69-91.
  • C Kroeber, C Le Gall, SC Dingler (2020). How individuals' social characteristics impact the likelihood to waste a vote-evidence from Great Britain, Germany and France. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 1-20.
  • A François, C Le Gall, RM Berton (2019). Why do academics oppose the market economy? Sophistication and perception of market failures. French Politics 17 (3), 228-256.
  • C Le Gall (2019). EU authority, politicization and EU issue voting. Politique europeenne, 32-55.
  • C Le Gall (2018). Does European economic integration affect electoral turnout and economic voting? Politique europeenne, 34-79.
  • C Le Gall (2017). How (European) economic integration affects domestic electoral politics? A review of the literature. French Politics 15 (3), 371-387.
  • A François, C Le Gall, RM Berton (2016). Politics, economics, ethics and religion in French academia. French Politics 14 (3), 363-379.
  • K Brookes, C Le Gall, RM Berton (2014). The 2012 French electoral campaign: Tools to understand campaign dynamics. French Politics 12 (3), 255-264.
  • A François, C Le Gall, R Magni-Berton (2012). Économie politique du soutien à l'UE dans les PECO. Politique europeenne, 42-69.