The Oxford Handbook of Deliberative Democracy
Edited by André Bächtiger, John S. Dryzek, Jane Mansbridge, and Mark E. Warren
Edited by André Bächtiger, Professor of Political Theory and Empirical Democracy Research, University of Stuttgart, John S. Dryzek, Centenary Professor, ARC Laureate Fellow, University of Canberra, Jane Mansbridge, Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values, Harvard University, and Mark E. Warren, Merilees Chair for the Study of Democracy, University of British Columbia
André Bächtiger holds the Chair of Political Theory at the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Stuttgart since 2015. His research focuses on the challenges of mapping and measuring deliberation and political communication as well as understanding the preconditions and outcomes of high-quality deliberation in the contexts of both representative institutions and mini-publics. His research has been published by Cambridge University Press and in the British Journal of Political Science, European Journal of Political Research, the Journal of Political Philosophy, the Journal of Conflict Resolution, European Political Science Review, Political Studies, and Acta Politica.
John S. Dryzek is Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow and Centenary Professor in the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance at the University of Canberra. He is a former head of the Departments of Political Science at the Universities of Oregon and Melbourne, and of the Social and Political Theory Program at Australian National University. He is co-editor of The Oxford Handbook of Political Theory and The Oxford Handbook of Climate Change and Society. His most recent OUP book is Climate-Challenged Society (with Richard Norgaard and David Schlosberg).
Jane Mansbridge is Charles F. Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values. She is the author of Beyond Adversary Democracy, an empirical and normative study of face-to-face democracy, and the award-winning Why We Lost the ERA. She is also editor or coeditor of the volumes Beyond Self-Interest, Feminism, Oppositional Consciousness, Deliberative Systems, and Negotiating Agreement in Politics. Her work has appeared in leading journals such as the American Political Science Review and the Journal of Politics. Her current work includes studies of representation, democratic deliberation, everyday activism, and the public understanding of free-rider problems.
Mark E. Warren holds the Harold and Dorrie Merilees Chair for the Study of Democracy at the University of British Columbia. He is especially interested in democratic innovations, civil society and democratic governance, and political corruption. Warren is author of Democracy and Association (Princeton University Press, 2001), editor of Democracy and Trust (Cambridge University Press, 1999), and co-editor of Designing Deliberative Democracy: The British Columbia Citizens' Assembly (Cambridge University Press, 2008). Warren's work has appeared in journals such as the American Political Science Review, the American Journal of Political Science, and Political Theory. He is currently working with an international team on a project entitled Participedia (www.participedia.net <http://www.participedia.net>), which uses a web-based platform to collect data about democratic innovation and participatory governance around the world.
Emmanuel Ani, University of Ghana.
Walter F. Baber, California State University.
Andre Bächtiger, University of Stuttgart.
Robert V. Bartlett, University of Vermont.
Edana Beauvais, McGill University.
William Bendix, Keene State College.
Mark Bevir, University of California.
Laura W. Black, Ohio University.
Piyapong Boossabong, Mahasarakham University.
John Boswell, University of Southampton.
Quinlan Bowman, Nanyang Technological University.
MiIchael K. Briand, CivicEvolution and The Transpartisan Voice.
Didier Caluwaerts, Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
Lyn Carson,University of Sydney Business School.
Simone Chambers, UCI School of Social Sciences.
Pamela Conover, UNC Chapel Hill.
Nicole Curato, University of Canberra.
Donatella della Porta, European University Institute.
Monique Deveaux, University of Guelph.
Thomas Dietz, Michigan State University.
Nicole Doerr, University of Copenhagen.
John Dryzek, University of Canberra
Stephen Elstub, Newcastle University.
Erik Eriksen, University of Oslo.
Kevin Esterling, University of California - Riverside.
David Estlund, Brown University.
John Ferejohn, New York University.
Frank Fischer, Rutgers University.
James Fishkin, Stanford University.
Antonio Floridia, Sector 'Policies for Citizen Participation' of Tuscany Region and Italian Society of Electoral Studies.
John Forester, Cornell University.
John Erik Fossum, University of Oslo.
John Gastil, Pennsylvania State University.
Beth Gharrity Gardner, University of Potsdam.
Robert Goodin, Australian National University.
Jessica Gordon, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Kimmo Grönlund, Åbo Akademi University.
Amy Gutmann, University of Pennsylvania.
Ryan Gunderson, Miami University.
Jürgen Habermas, University of Frankfurt.
Janette Hartz-Karp, Curtin University.
Baogang He, Deakin University.
Martin Hébert, Université Laval.
Carolyn Hendriks, The Australian National University.
Julia Jennstal, Uppsala University.
Christopher Karpowitz, Brigham Young University.
Shamus Khan, Columbia University.
Hoi Kong, McGill University.
Hélène Landemore, Yale University.
Thomas Leeper, London School of Economics.
Ethan Leib, Fordham University.
Ron Levy, Australian National University.
Christian List, London School of Economics.
Michael McKenzie, University of Pittsburgh.
Gerry Mackie, University of California, San Diego.
Rousiley Maia, Federal University of Minas Gerais.
Jane Mansbridge, Harvard University.
Andrew March, Yale University.
Tali Mendelberg, Princeton University.
Patrick R. Miller, University of Kansas.
Alfred Moore, University of York.
Michael Morrell, University of Connecticut.
Daniel Naurin, University of Oslo.
Michael Neblo, Ohio State University.
Simon Niemeyer, University of Canberra.
Ian O´Flynn, Newcastle University.
John Parkinson, Griffith University.
Ramya Parthasarathy, Stanford University.
Thamy Pogrebinschi, State University of Rio de Janeiro and WZB Berlin Social Science Center (WZB).
Francesca Polletta, University of California.
David L. Ponet, UNICEF.
Paul Quirk, University of British Columbia.
Vijayendra Rao, World Bank.
Christine Reh, UCL School of Public Policy.
Thomas Risse, Freie Universität Berlin.
Stefan Rummens, KU Leuven.
Jensen Sass, University of Canberra.
Erik Schneiderhan, University of Toronto.
Maija Setälä, University of Turku.
Rune Slothuus, Aarhus University.
Graham Smith, University of Westminster.
William Smith, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Jürg Steiner, University of North Carolina and University of Bern.
Alicia Steinmetz, Yale University.
Kim Strandberg, Åbo Akademi University.
Lawrence Susskind, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Tetsuki Tamura, Nagoya University.
Beibei Tang, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University.
Dennis Thompson, Harvard University.
Mark Warren, University of British Columbia.
Avery White, Ohio State University.
Yasmin Zaerpoor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.