Contributors.

The TGP draws on the knowledge and expertise of leading scholars in the field of governance in the developing world. Contributors include Lindsay Benstead, Ellen Lust, Dhafer Malouche, Gamal Soltan and Jakob Wichmann.


Lindsay Benstead

Portland State University

Kristen Kao

University of Gothenburg

Alexander Kjærum

Voluntas Advisory

Ellen Lust

University of Gothenburg

Dhafer Malouche

University of Michigan

Associate Professor of Political Science at Portland State University, Contributing Scholar in the Women’s Rights in the Middle East Program at Rice University, and Affiliated Scholar in the Program on Governance and Local Development (GLD) at the University of Gothenburg and Yale University

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Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Program on Governance and Local Development. Research interests include the study of electoral authoritarianism, clientelism, ethnic politics, survey methodology, field experiments, politics of the MENA region, and voter behavior.

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Founding Director of the Programs on Governance and Local Development at Yale University (est. 2013) and at the University of Gothenburg (est. 2015), and Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Gothenburg.

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Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the Center for Political Studies of the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan. He has worked on the democratic transition in Tunisia where he has implemented three national surveys on political transition and local governance.

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Gamal Soltan

The American University in Cairo

Jakob Wichmann

Voluntas Advisory

 
 
 
Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at The American University in Cairo with expertise in Comparative Democratization, Elections, Public Opinion and Voting Behavior, Foreign Policy.
Co-founder of Voluntas Advisory, focusing on countries in transition and social and political research.
 
 
 
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