Nick Sitter

Professor - Institutt for rettsvitenskap og styring

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Dr Nick Sitter (b. 1969) is Professor of Political Economy. He holds a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Government, on the development of competitive party systems in post-communist East Central Europe, and an M.Sc. and B.Sc. (econ) from the same institution.

He is also Professor of Public Policy at at the Central European University and a Research Associate at the LSE's Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation.

Previous academic positions include lectureships at the American University, Florida State University and Reading University and a part-time teacher position at the LSE. Before completing his Ph.D. Nick Sitter worked as a political consultant in the oil and gas sector in London.

Research areas

Comparative European Politics
Political parties, party strategy, Euroscepticism, populism, the rule of law and democratic backsliding.

European Integration
European institutions, the Single Market, The EU and non-member states: Norway, the European Economic Area, Brexit.

Public Policy and Political Economy
Public administration, the regulatroy state, competition law, the international political economy of energy.

Political Violence and Strategic Studies
Natonalism, civil war, terrorism and counter-terrorism.

Akademisk grad
År Akademisk institusjon Grad
1999 London School of Economics and Political Science Ph.D.
1991 London School of Economics Master of Science
1990 London School of Economics Bachelor
År Arbeidsgiver Tittel
2009 - Present LSE Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation Research Associate
2008 - Present Central European University Professor
2005 - Present BI Norwegian Business School Professor
2000 - 2004 BI Norwegian Business School Associate Professor
1999 - 2000 Central European University Assistant Professor
1997 - 1999 American University, London Semester Programme Lecturer
1996 - 1997 Kingston University, Dep of History Lecturer
1993 - 1997 The London School of Economics and Political Science Part-time Teacher
1995 - 1996 University of Reading, Dep of International Relations Lecturer
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