Nicolas van de Walle works in the field of comparative politics, focusing his teaching and research on the political economy of development and especially on Africa, democratization, and the politics of economic reform. Among the most recent of his many publications is the Oxford Handbook of Politics of Development (coedited with Carol Lancaster, Oxford University Press, 2015) and Problems, Promises, and Paradoxes of Aid: Africa’s Experience (coedited with Muna Ndulo, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015). He won the American Political Science Association’s Gregory M. Luebbert Prize for the Best Book in Comparative Politics for African Economies and the Politics of Permanent Crisis (Cambridge University Press, 2001). Van de Walle holds a PhD from Princeton University.


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