Pablo Beramendi
Professor of Political Science

Pablo Beramendi  is a Professor of Political Science. His interests include the political economy of redistribution and inequality, comparative federalism and decentralization and the determinants of political integration, with a special focus on advanced industrial societies and European politics. Professor Beramendi is currently working on a number of papers and a book-length manuscript (Fragmented Solidarity) where the relationships between decentralization, inequality and redistribution are analyzed. In addition, he has written, in cooperation with colleagues at Oxford and the Science Center Berlin, a number of papers on the determinants of tax policy and income inequality across OECD countries. Some of his recent work is published or forthcoming in the European Journal of Political Research, the British Journal of Political Science, International Organization, and elsewhere. He is also co-editing a volume on the politics of inequality with the title Democracy, Inequality and Representation. Finally, together with colleagues at the Juan March Institute, Madrid, he is collaborating in a project on the political causes and consequences of changing labor market structures in OECD countries. Prior to coming to Duke, Prof. Beramendi was at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University and the Science Center in Berlin.

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