Graham Smith

Graham Smith

University of Westminster

H-index: 39

Europe-United Kingdom

About Graham Smith

Graham Smith, With an exceptional h-index of 39 and a recent h-index of 28 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Westminster, specializes in the field of Democracy, Citizen Participation, Democratic Innovations, Climate Politics, Environmental Politics.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Integrating citizen deliberation into climate governance: Lessons on robust design from six climate assemblies

Deliberation and sustainability: From policy instrument to emancipation

From policy instrument to emancipation

La Convention citoyenne pour le climat: un dispositif hors norme parmi les assemblées citoyennes sur le climat?

Introduction: Embedding participatory governance

Deliberative democracy and the climate crisis

Democracy in a Pandemic: Participation in Response to Crisis

Expertise and Participatory Governance: The Incorporation of Expert Knowledge in Local Participatory Processes

Graham Smith Information

University

Position

Centre for the Study of Democracy

Citations(all)

10329

Citations(since 2020)

4304

Cited By

7578

hIndex(all)

39

hIndex(since 2020)

28

i10Index(all)

73

i10Index(since 2020)

54

Email

University Profile Page

University of Westminster

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Graham Smith Skills & Research Interests

Democracy

Citizen Participation

Democratic Innovations

Climate Politics

Environmental Politics

Top articles of Graham Smith

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Integrating citizen deliberation into climate governance: Lessons on robust design from six climate assemblies

Public Administration

John Boswell

Rikki Dean

Graham Smith

2023/3

Deliberation and sustainability: From policy instrument to emancipation

Marit Hammond

Graham Smith

2022/2/22

From policy instrument to emancipation

The Routledge Handbook of Democracy and Sustainability

Marit Hammond

Graham Smith

2022/2/22

La Convention citoyenne pour le climat: un dispositif hors norme parmi les assemblées citoyennes sur le climat?

Participations

Graham Smith

Jean-Michel Fourniau

Lise Deshautel 1

2022

Introduction: Embedding participatory governance

Sonia Bussu

Adrian Bua

Rikki Dean

Graham Smith

2022/5/2

Deliberative democracy and the climate crisis

Rebecca Willis

Nicole Curato

Graham Smith

2022/3

Democracy in a Pandemic: Participation in Response to Crisis

Tim Hughes

Lizzie Adams

Charlotte Obijiaku

Graham Smith

2021

Expertise and Participatory Governance: The Incorporation of Expert Knowledge in Local Participatory Processes

Carlos Miguel Rico Motos

Joan Font

Laurence Bherer

Graham Smith

2021/12/23

Testing the input‐process‐output model of public participation

European Journal of Political Research

Carol Galais

José Luis Fernández‐Martínez

Joan Font

Graham Smith

2021/11

Design matters: CBNRM and democratic innovation

Graham Smith

2020/1/10

Enhancing the legitimacy of offices for future generations: the case for public participation

Political Studies

Graham Smith

2020/11

Introducing the Journal of Deliberative Democracy

Journal of Deliberative Democracy

André Bächtiger

Graham Smith

Kim Strandberg

Nicole Curato

2020/8/26

Designing democratic innovations as deliberative systems: The ambitious case of NHS citizen

Political Studies

Rikki Dean

John Boswell

Graham Smith

2020/8

Nudge, nudge, think, think: Experimenting with ways to change citizen behaviour

Peter John

Sarah Cotterill

Liz Richardson

Alice Moseley

Gerry Stoker

...

2013/5/2

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Co-Authors

H-index: 81
Gerry Stoker

Gerry Stoker

University of Southampton

H-index: 68
Peter John

Peter John

King's College

H-index: 50
Will Jennings

Will Jennings

University of Southampton

H-index: 38
David Benson

David Benson

University of Exeter

H-index: 35
Simon Teasdale

Simon Teasdale

Glasgow Caledonian University

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