His research interest is primarily in voting behaviour and democratic institutions, and particularly the impact of the former on the latter. He is also interested in public opinion, survey methodology, and East European politics. He is co-author of Post-Communist Party Systems: Competition, Representation, and Inter-Party Cooperation (Cambridge University Press, 1999), and author or co-author of over five dozen articles on electoral behaviour, public opinion, political parties and democratic consolidation in edited volumes, political science and sociology journals.
Courses taught by Gabor Toka
|Elections and Democracy||2017/18|
|Scope and Methods||2014/15|
|Scope and Methods - Thesis Workshops||2014/15|
|Research Seminar in Political Data Analysis||2013/14|