Bruce Gilley is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Portland State University and former Woodrow Wilson Scholar at Princeton. He earned his B.A. in Economics and International Relations from the University of Toronto, M.Phil. in Economics from the University of Oxford, and Ph.D. in Politics from Princeton University.
His research centers on comparative and international politics and public policy. His work covers issues as diverse as democracy, climate change, political legitimacy, and international conflict.
Gilley, Bruce. “Technocracy and Democracy as Spheres of Justice in Public Policy.” Policy Sciences (2016): 1-14.
Gilley, Bruce. “Elite-Led Democratization in China: Prospects, Perils, and Policy Implications.” International Journal 61.2 (2006): 341-358.
Gilley, Bruce. “The Challenge of the Creative Third World.” Third World Quarterly 36.8 (2015): 1405-1420.