- Comparative Politics
Nancy Bermeo works on the causes and consequences of regime change. She is the recipient of grants from the Fulbright Association, the Social Science Research Council, the German Marshall Fund, the Carnegie Endowment, the C.N.R.S. in France, and the Luso American Development Foundation in Portugal. She has been a Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford and the Center of Advanced Study in Madrid. Her publications include Unemployment in the New Europe (ed.), Unemployment in Southern Europe (ed.), Liberalization and Democratization (ed.), and Civil Society Before Democracy (ed., with Philip Nord).Her latest book, titled Ordinary People in Extraordinary Times, (Princeton, 2003) is on the role of the citizenry in the breakdown of democracy in Europe and South America. Federalism and Territorial Cleavages (ed. with Ugo Amoretti) will be published in 2003 by The Johns Hopkins University Press. Professor Bermeo is currently Nuffield Professor of Comparative Politics at Nuffield College Politics Group, Oxford University, UK.
Ph.D, Yale University