Assistant Professor of Political Science
115 Prospect St, Room 305
Ph.D. Harvard, 2008
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Hélène Landemore is Assistant Professor of Political Science. Her research interests include democratic theory, theories of justice, the philosophy of social sciences (particularly economics) and the history of thought (particularly Enlightenment thinkers).
Her articles have been published in the Journal of Moral Philosophy, Critical Review, Synthese, Political Psychology, Journal of Public Deliberation, Raison Publique, Journal of Political Philosophy, and Political Theory.
She is currently working on a new project on democratic innovations in post-representative democracy. In that spirit, she is currently involved, together with a group of researchers from Stanford University, in the design and study of a crowdsourced legislative process in Finland. She is also researching the question of democracy in the workplace with sociologist Isabelle Ferreras (Catholic University of Louvain/FNRS/Harvard University).
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