Dr. Andrew Reynolds is (2007) an associate professor of political science at UNC Chapel Hill. He has worked for the United Nations, the U.S. State Department, the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance and the International Foundation for Election Systems (IFES).
Reynolds specializes in "democratization, constitutional design and electoral politics". He has served as a consultant on issues of electoral and constitutional design in over a dozen countries, including Afghanistan (post-2003), Iraq (post-2003), Jordan and Yemen (post-2003).
- First Do No Harm: Applying the Lessons of Medicine to the Art of Constitutional Design. (Forthcoming)
- Announcement for a talk: Democracy and Security in the Middle East (talk at UNC-Greensboro; 21 March 2007)