Faculty

The Master in Electoral Policy and Administration brings together a core teaching staff of leading specialists from around the world. Lecturers and trainers are chosen among academics, diplomats, international organizations officers and NGOs activists, thus offering a wealth of both academic and field expertise. Please find below a list of some of the lecturers that have expressed their interest in teaching at the Master:

Andrea de GUTTRY, Full Professor of Public International Law, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna.

Eszter BODNAR, Assistant Professor at Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Law

Jeff FISCHER, Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University and Visiting Lecturer at Princeton University

Jorgen ELKLIT, Professor, Department of Political Science and Government, Aarhus University

Annette M. FATH-LIHIC, Senior Programme Manager Electoral Processes at International IDEA

Larry GARBER, Senior Manager and Policy Adviser at USAID

Holly Ann GARNETT, Electoral Expert, McGill University with the supervision of Prof. Pippa NORRIS

Jeremy GRACE, Professor at GENESEO

Michael MALEY, Director of Research and International Services with the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC)

Frank McLOUGHLIN, Legal Expert at International IDEA

Jeremy MINDES, Managing Director, International Development, Evaluation and Research Program, American Institutes for Research

Daniela PICCIO, Electoral Expert, University of Turin

Seema SHAH, Programme Officer, Electoral Processes at International IDEA

Abdurashid SOLIJONOV, Programme Officer, Electoral Processes at International IDEA

Vasil VASHCHANKA, Private Consultant on Electoral issues

Peter WOLF, Expert on Elections and Technology, International IDEA