Religious Groups and Political Parties: Interaction in Contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa

4:00 pm on Thursday, February 28, 2013
Contact Name:
Sarah Hutchinson
Professor Riedl’s research interests include institutional development in new democracies, local governance and decentralization policy, and authoritarian regime legacies. Her current research explores why democratization in Africa has produced such a varied array of representative institutions and political structures by focusing on the causes of variation in party system institutionalization. Riedl recently published Bridging Disciplines, Spanning the Word: Approaches to Inequalities, Institutions, and Identities (Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies Monograph Series, 2006), which she co-edited with Sada Aksartova and Kirstine Mitchell.