Research Professor, Environment and Society Program
Fellow, Program on International Development
Research Professor, Population Program
Research Professor, CU Population Center
Professor Greenberg’s research and teaching interests include American government and politics, domestic and global political economy, and democratic theory and practice, with a special emphasis on workplace issues.
Prior to his appointment to the faculty at CU, Boulder, Greenberg was an assistant professor at Stanford University, and an associate professor at Indiana University. He twice has been a visiting member of the faculty at the University of Washington, Seattle. He joined the Institute of Behavioral Science in 1976, and became the director of the Research Program on Political and Economic Change and a member of the IBS Board in 1979, serving in these posts until 2010. He is now an IBS Research Professor. He was Chair of the Department of Political Science at CU from 1985-1988 where he is now Professor Emeritus.