Ronald Rogowski is the former Interim Vice Provost and Dean of the International Institute and a professor and former chair of Political Science at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Educated at the University of Nebraska (B.A. in Political Science and Mathematics, 1964), the Free University of Berlin, and Princeton University (Ph.D. in Politics, 1970), he has taught at Princeton, Duke, Minnesota (Visiting Stassen Professor, 1995), and UCLA and has held research appointments at Harvard University and the Center for Advanced Study. He is the author of Rational Legitimacy (1974) and Commerce and Coalitions (1989) and currently holds a National Science Foundation award for work on economic consequences of electoral systems. He has served as a Vice-President and as Program Co-Chair of the American Political Science Association and was elected in 1994 as a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
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