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About this Fellow

Problems that lie at the intersection of the fields of international relations and comparative politics, addressing issues of political economy, security and culture in world politics

Website: http://www.pkatzenstein.org/

Appointments

Current post

  • Walter S Carpenter Jr Professor of International Relations, Cornell University

Other Political Studies: Political Theory, Government and International Relations Fellows

Professor Simon Hix

Comparative democratic institutions & processes, especially voting in legislatures & electoral systems; & European Union politics, especially the European Parliament & European Parliament elections.

Professor Will Kymlicka

Democracy & diversity; theories of multuculturalism & minority rights; the accomodation of ethnic, racial & religious diversity within broader theories of citizenship & human rights; animal ethics

Professor Patrick Le Galès

Public policy, & sociology of the state in Europe; European cities & great global metropolis; Economic sociology/ political economy; Great Britain

Professor Sir John Curtice

Electoral behaviour; electoral systems; social and political attitudes in Scotland in particular, Britain as a whole, and comparatively; survey research methods