Diane de Gramont

Nonresident Research Analyst
Democracy and Rule of Law Program
De Gramont, a nonresident research analyst in Carnegie’s Democracy and Rule of Law Program, is a Clarendon Scholar in the Department of Politics and International Relations at Oxford University.
 

Education

AB, Harvard College

Languages

English; French; Spanish

 

Diane de Gramont, a nonresident research analyst in Carnegie’s Democracy and Rule of Law Program, is a Clarendon Scholar in the Department of Politics and International Relations at Oxford University. Her research specialties include international support for democracy and governance, the politics of development, and comparative democratization. She has experience working with several international development agencies on the use of political economy analysis and the integration of governance considerations into foreign assistance.

She is the co-author (with Thomas Carothers) of Development Aid Confronts Politics: The Almost Revolution (Carnegie, 2013).

  • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace April 16, 2013
    Development Aid Confronts Politics: The Almost Revolution

    The overdue recognition that development in all sectors is an inherently political process is driving international aid providers to try to learn how to think and act politically.

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