Professor - Department of Law and Governance
Publications registered in Cristin
(Current research information system in Norway)
He is Professor of Public Policy at at the Central European University and a Research Assocaite at the LSE's Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation.
Previous academic positions include lectureships at the American University, Florida State University and Reading University and a part-time teacher position at the LSE. Before completing his Ph.D. Nick Sitter worked as a political consultant in London.
Comparative European Politics
Political parties, party strategy, Euroscepticism.
Democratisation, nationalism, terrorism and political violence.
European Union Politic
European integration, European institutions, the Single Market, Competition law.
The EU and non-member states: Norway, the European Economic Area, Brexit.
EU Public Policy
Public administration, the regulatroy state, EU democratic backsliding.
Energy policy, geopolitics, the international political economy of energy.
EU and International Political Economy.
Energy Politics, Economics and Law.
Terrorism and Counter-terrorism.
|1999||London School of Economics and Political Science||Ph.D.|
|1991||London School of Economics||Master of Science|
|1990||London School of Economics||Bachelor|
|2009 - Present||LSE Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation||Research Associate|
|2008 - Present||Central European University||Professor|
|2005 - Present||BI Norwegian Business School||Professor|
|2000 - 2004||BI Norwegian Business School||Associate Professor|
|1999 - 2000||Central European University||Assistant Professor|
|1997 - 1999||American University, London Semester Programme||Lecturer|
|1996 - 1997||Kingston University, Dep of History||Lecturer|
|1993 - 1997||The London School of Economics and Political Science||Part-time Teacher|
|1995 - 1996||University of Reading, Dep of International Relations||Lecturer|