Matthias Krönke is a PhD candidate at the University of Cape Town and a researcher in the Afrobarometer Analysis Unit.
Areas of interest
PP83: As local government councils proliferate, Ugandans voice growing dissatisfaction with councillors
PP81: Unresponsive and corrupt? Ugandan MPs hold key to how citizens perceive them
PP79: Broad support for multiparty elections, little faith in electoral institutions: Uganda in comparative perspective
WP190: Mapping state capacity in Africa: Professionalism and reach
WP186: Party footprints in Africa: Measuring local party presence across the continent
PP66: Africa’s digital divide and the promise of e-learning
PP63: Dividende démocratique: Vers une éducation de qualité en Afrique
PP63: Democratic dividend: The road to quality education in Africa
AD296: Police in Zimbabwe: Helping hand or iron fist?
PP52: Bounded autonomy: What limits Zimbabweans’ trust in their courts and electoral commission?
AD240: Ill-prepared? Health-care service delivery in Zimbabwe
WP181: Do electoral systems affect how citizens hold their government accountable? Evidence from Africa
AD44: Trends in attitudes toward foreigners in South Africa, 1997-2011