Troy Saghaug Broderstad
Responsiveness, representation, political inequality, regime legitimacy
Troy Saghaug Broderstad is a Ph.D. fellow at the University of Bergen. His research interest are responsiveness and representation, political inequality, regime evaluation and legitimacy, and methodology. His current project looks at the evaluation of democratic regimes, and procedural congruence between elites and citizens.
Troy received his B.A. in history and political science from NTNU: Norwegian University of Science and Technology and his M.A. in comparative politics from the University of Bergen. He was awarded the 2018 Frank Cass Prize for best publication by a young scholar in the journal Democratization.