Professor Juliet Pietsch is a leading scholar in the specialist fields of migration politics and political behaviour in Australia and Southeast Asia. She has published more than 60 research publications, including six single-authored and co-authored books and edited collections. Juliet has also played a lead investigator role on six ARC grants - collectively worth more than $1.6 million - that involve the development of research data infrastructure for the study of migration and political behaviours. In particular, she has been a Principal investigator on the Australian Election Studies series, the ANU Poll, the World Values Survey and was a lead author on the first of an ongoing series of reports entitled Trends in Australian Political Opinion: Results from the Australian Election Study. She has held Visiting Fellowships at Stanford University, Concordia University and the University of Oxford.
- Migration politics
- Political behaviour