Political Communication on the Internet
Mathematics in Political Science: An Introduction
Statistics for the Social Sciences
Political Web Surveys
Ioannis Andreadis was elected assistant professor at the School of Political Sciences of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2011 and in 2016 he became associate professor. He has participated in conferences and published in academic journals papers related to quantitative methods of analysis in political science. These include: ‘(Proceedings of the 6th Balkan Conference in Informatics. ACM, 2013), “The structure of the ideological space in Greece: cartography of the preferances of the political parties and voters.” (Greek Political Science Review, vol. 38 in collaboration with E. Teperoglou and M. Tsatsanis), “Cleavages of Voters and Candidates in the National and the European Dimension: Convergences and Divergences” (Science and Society vol. 25 in collaboration with E. Teperoglou and Th. Chadjipantelis), and “A method for the estimation of voter transition rates” (Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, vol. 19 με Th. Chadjipantelis). He designed the electronic voting aid HelpMeVote that was applied in Greece (2012), Iceland (2013) and Albania (2013) with great success (for example, in the Greek parliamentary elections in May 2012 it was utilised by some 480,000 voters). He specialises in web-based research and is manager of epolls.gr and epolls.eu that are used for web surveys in Greece and Europe at large. He is member of the steering committee of CCS (Comparative Candidate Survey), of the ECPR Standing Group on Public Opinion and Voting Behaviour in a Comparative Perspective and of WebDataNet. In 2013 he was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to the University of Michigan.