Professor Lisa Hill

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Professor Lisa Hill
Program Director, Democracy, Security, Trust and Integrity
(Photo by Yme Tulleners from 2018 ISPA Congress)

Lisa Hill is Professor of Politics at the University of Adelaide and an elected Fellow of the of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

Lisa's research interests include electoral law, Australian politics, history of political thought, social, political and economic thought of the Scottish Enlightenment, the development and pre-history of liberalism, classical political economy, political corruption, and classical Stoicism. Her most recent work explores political exclusion and inclusion, voter behaviour and correlates of voter turnout and issues in liberal democracy. Lisa is author of over 115 publications, including 8 books, 64 fully refereed articles and 28 scholarly book chapters.

Lisa leads the Institute's Democracy, Security, Trust and Integrity (DSTI) Research Program.

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