2023 - Research.com Political Science in United Kingdom Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Law and Political Science in United Kingdom Leader Award
1976 - Fellow of the American Statistical Association (ASA)
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Peter John links adjacent fields of study such as Block (permutation group theory) and Block design in the subject of Combinatorics. His study ties his expertise on Combinatorics together with the subject of Block (permutation group theory). He bridges between several scientific fields such as Factorial and Upper and lower bounds in his study of Mathematical analysis. His study on Upper and lower bounds is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Mathematical analysis. Peter John connects relevant research areas such as Set (abstract data type) and Integer (computer science) in the domain of Programming language. His Set (abstract data type) study often links to related topics such as Programming language. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Statistics and Blocking (statistics). He performs multidisciplinary study on Fractional factorial design and Factorial experiment in his works. Peter John performs integrative study on Factorial experiment and Fractional factorial design in his works.
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Bringing citizen voice and client focus into service delivery
Neil McGarvey;A. Goetz;J. Gaventa;A. Cornwall.
Tiebout : A Survey of the Empirical Literature:
Keith Dowding;Peter John;Stephen Biggs.
Urban Studies (1994)
Exit, voice and loyalty: Analytic and empirical developments
Keith Dowding;Peter John;Thanos Mergoupis;Mark Van Vugt.
A General Empirical Law of Public Budgets: A Comparative Analysis
Bryan Davidson Jones;Frank R. Baumgartner;Christian Breunig;Christopher Wlezien.
Democracy and government performance: holding incumbents accountable in English local governments
George Alexander Boyne;Oliver James;Peter John;Nicolai Petrovsky.
The Three Exit, Three Voice and Loyalty Framework: A Test with Survey Data on Local Services
Keith Dowding;Peter John.
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