Jonathan Jackson is a Professor of Research Methodology. He is a member of the Mannheim Centre for Criminology, the Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Theory Forum, and the Behavioural Science Hub. Jon is an editor of the British Journal of Criminology and an academic editor of PLOSone. He is on sabbatical leave for the rest of the 2017/2018 academic year.
He has held visiting appointments in criminology at Oxford, Sydney, Griffith and Cambridge, in psychology at New York University and John Jay College of Criminal Justice, in law at Yale, and in public policy at Harvard (Kennedy School).
He has taught on MY400 Fundamentals of Social Science Research Design; MY451 Introduction to Quantitative Analysis; MY452 Applied Regression Analysis; MY455 Multivariate Analysis and Measurement; MY456 Survey Methods; MY459 Special Topics in Quantitative Analysis; MY465 Intermediate Quantitative Analysis; and MY560 Workshops in Advanced Quantitative Analysis.
He has taught a number of intensive methodology courses, such as Survey Methodology (LSE Summer Methods Programme) and Quantitative Methods in Criminal Justice (Sydney Law School).
He has contributed substantive lectures to LSE100: The LSE Course; SA217 Psychology of Crime and Criminal Justice; and PS409 Political Psychology.
For information about his research, see Google Scholar profile and CV.