Neil Nevitte (Ph.D. Duke University, FRSC) is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto and is also cross-appointed as Professor at the School of Public Policy and Governance and the School of Global Affairs. Nevitte is the principal investigator of the World Values Surveys (Canada) and was a co-investigator of the Canadian Election Studies (1993-2009). He also serves as a Senior Election Advisor with the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs. His research interests include public opinion, voting, value change, and the problems associated with transitional elections.
Dominance and Decline: Making Sense of Recent Canadian Elections (with E. Gidengil, A. Blais, J. Everitt and P. Fournier). Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011.
A Question of Ethics: Canadians Speak Out (with M. Mancuso, M. Atkinson and A. Blais). Toronto and London: Oxford University Press 1998: 232.
The Democratic Audit of Canada: Citizens (with E. Gidengil, A. Blais, R. Nadeau). Vancouver: UBC Press, 2004: 224.
Anatomy of a Liberal Victory: Making Sense of the 2000 Canadian Election (with A. Blais, E. Gidengil and R. Nadeau). Toronto: Broadview Press 2002: 241.
Unsteady State: The 1997 Canadian Federal Election (with A. Blais, E. Gidengil and R. Nadeau). Toronto and London: Oxford University Press 2000: 182.
The Decline of Deference: Canadian Value Change in Comparative Perspective 1981-1990, Toronto: Broadview Press, 1996: 389.
The North American Trajectory: Growing Cultural, Economic and Political Ties Between the United States, Canada and Mexico (with Ronald Inglehart and Miguel Basañez). New York and Berlin: Aldine de Gruyter, 1996: 198.
The Challenge of Direct Democracy: The 1992 Canadian Referendum (with R. Johnston, A. Blais and E. Gidengil). Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press 1996: 338.
Convergencia en Norte America: Comercio, Politica y Cultura (with R. Inglehart and M. Basañez). Mexico and Madrid: Siglo xxi 1994: 224.
New Elites in Old States: Ideologies in the Anglo-American Democracies (with Roger Gibbins). Toronto, London, New York: Oxford University Press, 1990: 209.
2018 The Ludwik and Estelle Jus Memorial Human Rights Prize
2011 Canadian Political Science Association, John McMenemy award for the best article, in English or French, published in volume 43 of the Canadian Journal of Political Science (shared with A. Bilodeau and S. White)
2008 Fellow, Royal Society of Canada
2003-2004 Connaught Research Fellowship in Social Sciences, University of Toronto
1997-1998 Fulbright Senior Research Fellow, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
1997 American Political Science Association, award for the best paper on public opinion and voting presented at the 1996 APSA annual meeting.
1994 Ithiel de Sola Pool Award for the Best Paper on Political Communication presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meetings. (Shared with R. Johnston and E. Gidengil)
2007-2009 SSHRCC Standard Research Grant
2007 Elections Canada Research Grant
2006-2009 SSHRCC Multiple Collaborative Research Grant
2005 Elections Canada Research Grant
2004 Elections Canada Research Grant
2003 Connaught Research Grant, University of Toronto
2001-2006 SSHRCC Multiple Collaborative Research Grant
1999-2003 SSHRCC Strategic Research Grant
1999 SSHRCC Strategic Programs and Joint Initiatives
1998-2001 Trends Project, SSHRCC and Policy Research Secretariat
1997-1999 SSHRCC, Multiple Collaborative Research Grant
1997-1999 Elections Canada Research Grant
1995-1998 SSHRCC Grants (2)
1994-1996 USAID Trilateral Project Grant
1992-1995 SSHRCC Research Grants
1991 Research Grant, Multiculturalism, Government of Canada
1990 Research Grant, Government of Alberta
1989-1991 Donner Foundation Research Fellowship
1988-1990 SSHRC Research Grant
1988-1989 SSHRC Research Leave Fellowship
1987 Research Grant, Government of Alberta
1986 Research Grant, Secretary of State, Government of Canada
1985-1986 SSHRC Leave Fellowship
1976-1978 Canada Council Doctoral Fellowship, Duke University
1975 Shell Foundation Research Fellowship, Nuffield College,
Oxford University, England
1973-1976 James B. Duke Commonwealth Fellowship, Duke University