List of political scientists

This is a list of notable political scientists. See the list of political theorists for those who study political theory. See also political science.


  • Robert Abelson - Yale University psychologist and political scientist with special interests in statistics and logic[1]
  • Henry J. Abraham - American scholar on the judiciary and constitutional law and James Hart Professor of Government Emeritus at the University of Virginia[2][3]
  • Alan Abramowitz – expert in American politics, political parties, ideological realignment, elections, and voting behavior; professor at Emory University
  • Paul R. Abramson - American political scientist known for his research and writing on American, European, and Israeli elections and professor of political science at Michigan State University[4]
  • As'ad AbuKhalil - Lebanese-American professor of political science at California State University, Stanislaus.[5]
  • Ibrahim Abu-Lughod[6]
  • Brooke Ackerly - expert on grounded normative theory, feminist theory, feminist international relations, and scholar activism, professor at Vanderbilt University[7]
  • Martha Ackelsberg - American political scientist and women's studies scholar at Smith College[8]
  • David Adamany – public law specialist and President of Temple University
  • Charles R. Adrian - American professor of political science who specialized in municipal politics[9]
  • Vinod Aggarwal - American political scientist specializing in international political economy[10]
  • Robert Agranoff - American political scientist and public administration scholar and author[11]
  • Arun Agrawal - political scientist in the School of Natural Resources & Environment at the University of Michigan[12]
  • Janet Ajzenstat - Canadian political historian at McMaster University[13]
  • Adeolu Akande - professor of political science at the Igbinedion University
  • Bolaji Akinyemi - Nigerian professor of political science
  • Bethany Albertson - American political psychologist[14]
  • Daniel P. Aldrich - American political scientist, public policy and Asian studies scholar at Northeastern University[15]
  • John Aldrich – political parties expert at Duke University, author of Why Parties?
  • John R. Alford - political science professor at Rice University who researches genopolitics[16]
  • Hayward Alker - professor of international relations at the University of Southern California, MIT and Yale who specialized in research methods, core international relations theory, international politics, and security[17]
  • Danielle Allen - American classicist and political scientist[18]
  • Graham Allison - early proponent of the bureaucratic politics model, author of Essence of Decision, national security specialist, former Dean of Harvard Kennedy School at Harvard University
  • Gabriel A. Almond - originator of the culturist movement in comparative politics
  • Gar Alperovitz - political economist
  • Karen Alter - American academic who conducts interdisciplinary work on international law's influence in international and domestic politics[19][20]
  • Scott Althaus - professor of political science and communication at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the director of the Cline Center for Advanced Social Research at the university[21][22]
  • Micah Altman - American social scientist who conducts research in social science informatics[23]
  • R. Michael Alvarez - professor of political science at California Institute of Technology and co-director of the Voting Technology Project[24]
  • Tabata Amaral - Brazilian political scientist and federal deputy for São Paulo[25]
  • Ambedkar - jurist, economist and Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Constitution of India
  • Thomas Ambrosio - professor of political science in the Criminal Justice and Political Science Department at North Dakota State University[26]
  • Kristi Andersen - American political scientist at Syracuse University who studies party realignment[27]
  • Walter K. Andersen - American academic known for his studies of the Hindu nationalist organization Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh[28]
  • Benedict Anderson - Chinese-born Irish political scientist and historian in the US, author of Imagined Communities[29]
  • Lisa Anderson - American political scientist and the former President of the American University in Cairo[30]
  • Walter Truett Anderson - American political scientist, social psychologist, and author of non-fiction books and articles[31]
  • William Anderson - specialist in public administration
  • Mina Andreeva - Bulgarian political scientist and chief spokesperson for the European Commission[32]
  • Marimba Ani - anthropologist and African Studies scholar best known for her work Yurugu[33]
  • Stephen Ansolabehere - professor of government at Harvard University[34]
  • William Antholis - Greek-American political scientist, director and CEO of the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia[35]
  • David Apter - American political scientist and sociologist who was Henry J. Heinz Professor of Comparative Political and Social Development and Senior Research Scientist at Yale University[36]
  • Asher Arian - American and Israeli political scientist who was an expert on Politics of Israel and election studies[37][38]
  • Hadley Arkes - American political scientist and the Edward N. Ney Professor of Jurisprudence and American Institutions emeritus at Amherst College[39][40]
  • John Alexander Armstrong - Professor Emeritus of political science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison[41]
  • Larry Arnhart - Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Northern Illinois University[42]
  • Richard Ashcraft - American political theorist and professor of political science at UCLA[43]
  • Herb Asher - professor emeritus of political science at Ohio State University[44]
  • Richard K. Ashley - postmodernist scholar of international relations[45]
  • Ronald Asmus - diplomat and political analyst and then senior think tank policy analyst[46]
  • Scott Atran - American-French political and cultural anthropologist[47]
  • Sharon Wright Austin - Director of the African-American Studies Program and a professor of political science at the University of Florida[48]
  • Deborah Avant - American political scientist at the University of Denver[49]
  • Bill Avery - politician from the state of Nebraska and retired political scientist who specializes in international trade and foreign relations[50]
  • Robert Axelrod - expert on game theory and complexity theory, wrote extensively on the Prisoner's Dilemma, former president of American Political Science Association
  • Julia Azari - American political scientist, professor of political science at Marquette University and contributor to FiveThirtyEight[51]
  • Jeremy Azrael - American political scientist known for his expertise on the economy of the Soviet Union[52]



  • William A. Callahan
  • Melani Cammett - Clarence Dillon Professor of International Affairs and Director of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
  • Linda Cardinal - University Professor and a Canada Research Chair in Canadian Francophonie and Public Policies at the University of Ottawa[142]
  • Ira Carmen - co-founder of the social science subdiscipline of genetics and politics
  • Edward Hallett Carr - international relations theorist
  • Alfredo Castillero Hoyos - democracy and human rights; former member of the United Nations's Human Rights Committee
  • George Catlin (1896–1979) – English political scientist and philosopher; strong proponent of Anglo-America cooperation; worked for many years as a professor at Cornell University
  • Jocelyne Cesari - French political scientist
  • Pamela Chasek - international environmental policy expert[143]
  • Partha Chatterjee – Indian postcolonial critic, political and social scientist
  • Rumman Chowdhury - Bengali-American political scientist and data scientist at Accenture[144]
  • Satyabrata Rai Chowdhuri - international relations, Indology at Institute of Commonwealth Studies
  • Cathryn Clüver Ashbrook - Director and CEO of the German Council on Foreign Relations and co-founder and executive director of the Future of Diplomacy project, at Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.[145][146]
  • John Coakley - specialist in ethnic conflict and Irish politics
  • Benjamin Cohen - leader in the field of international political economy
  • Elizabeth F. Cohen - American expert on citizenship and immigration[147]
  • Stephen P. Cohen - Middle East specialist
  • James Smoot Coleman - early Africanist, founded the UCLA African Studies Center
  • Marquis de Condorcet - 18th-century mathematician and philosopher who contributed the often used "Condorcet criterion" and devised the concept of a Condorcet method
  • Ralph W. Conant - author of The Prospects for Revolution and Toward a More Perfect Union: The Governance of Metropolitan America
  • Philip Converse - public opinion scholar, author of The Nature of Belief Systems in Mass Publics
  • Timothy E. Cook - politics and media
  • Clyde Coombs - voting systems expert, designed "Coombs' method"
  • Morgan Lyon Cotti - professor, associate director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics[148]
  • Philip Cowley - author of Revolts and Rebellions
  • Edvin Kanka Ćudić - Bosnian political scientist and human rights activist, founder and coordinator of UDIK in Bosnia and Herzegovina




  • C. Christine Fair - American political scientist who studies counter-terrorism and South Asian topics[159]
  • James D. Fearon - American political scientist focusing on theory of civil wars, international bargaining, war's inefficiency puzzle and audience costs[160]
  • Peter D. Feaver - international security expert
  • Dafydd Fell - British political scientist
  • David Fellman - Constitutional scholar
  • Richard Fenno - Congress scholar, author of Home Style: House Members in their Districts
  • Thomas Ferguson - politics and economics
  • Joel S. Fetzer - comparative politics specialist; distinguished professor at Pepperdine University
  • Samuel Finer - academic and author on political science and history of government
  • Norman Finkelstein - author on political science, notable for The Holocaust Industry
  • Martha Finnemore - international relations and international organizations scholar[161]
  • Morris P. Fiorina - American politics; proposed retrospective vote theory
  • Peter Fishburn - operations analysis and probability theory expert
  • Keith Fitzgerald - immigration politics expert
  • Naika Foroutan - German political scientist studying immigration and integration[162]
  • James H. Fowler - expert on political participation, the evolution of cooperation, and social network theory (UCSD)
  • Daniel P. Franklin - American politics; politics of the presidency and Politics and Film
  • Annette Baker Fox - international relations scholar[163]
  • William T. R. Fox - international relations theorist, coiner of the term "superpower"
  • Ernst Fraenkel - German political scientist and one of the founding fathers of German political science after World War II[164]
  • Doris Fuchs (scientist) - German political scientist and Professor of International Relations and Sustainable Development at the University of Münster[165]
  • Francis Fukuyama - international political theory and biopolitics
  • Archon Fung


  • Michael Gallagher
  • Krenar Gashi - Ghent University political scientist and former Financial Times reporter[166]
  • Lisa García Bedolla - UC Berkeley professor, Vice Provost for Graduate Studies, and Dean of the Graduate Division
  • Scott Gates - specialist in international relations
  • Barbara Geddes - scholar of authoritarianism and authoritarian regimes[167]
  • Anthony Giddens - political sociologist originator of the Third Way
  • Elisabeth Gidengil - Hiram Mills Professor of political science at McGill University studying political engagement and Canadian politics[168]
  • Robert Gilpin - international political economy specialist
  • Benjamin Ginsberg – professor at Johns Hopkins University focusing on American politics
  • Hannes Hólmsteinn Gissurarson - Professor of Political Science at the University of Iceland focusing on political theory
  • Marianne Githens - political scientist, feminist, author, professor, and co-founder of the Women's Study Program at Goucher College[169]
  • Betty Glad - American researcher of the American presidency and American foreign policy[170]
  • Siri Gloppen - Norwegian political scientist[171]
  • Sheldon Goldman - expert on American federal courts; professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Grigorii Golosov - expert on political institutions and electoral systems, professor at European University at Saint Petersburg
  • David F. Gordon - political risk specialist, former US Director of Policy Planning
  • Harold Foote Gosnell - research and writings on American politics, elections, and political parties in political science
  • Marie Gottschalk - American political scientist known for her work on mass incarceration in the United States[172]
  • Heather Grabbe - political scientist, activist, and director of the Open Society European Policy Institute in Brussels, Belgium[173]
  • Doris Graber - American pioneer in the field of political communication[174]
  • Colin Gray - international security
  • Donald Green - Professor of Political Science at Columbia University focusing on field experiments in American politics
  • Jane Green - professor of political science at the University of Manchester and co-director of the British Election Study who specialised in public opinion and electoral behaviour[175]
  • Liah Greenfeld - Israeli, American, and Russian social scientist[176]
  • Anna Grzymala - American political scientist, currently at Stanford University and previously also the Ronald Eileen Weiser Professor at University of Michigan[177]
  • Rhiana Gunn-Wright - American policy director[178]
  • Yaprak Gürsoy - Turkish political scientist and associate professor in the Department of International Relations at the Istanbul Bilgi University[179]
  • Ted Robert Gurr - specialist on conflict and violence
  • Amy Gutmann - political theory expert; president of the University of Pennsylvania (2004–present)


  • Michael Haas – Emeritus Professor of Political Science, University of Hawai'i
  • Jacob Hacker - Professor of Political Science at Yale University
  • Henrike Hahn - German political scientist and politician who is a Member of the European Parliament[180]
  • Paul Y. Hammond - American foreign policy and national security specialist at University of Pittsburgh and elsewhere
  • Harry Harding - China specialist
  • Thomas Hare - devised single transferable vote (also known as Hare's method)
  • Jeremy Harris - American politics specialist
  • Michael Hart - British twentieth-century politics specialist
  • Louis Hartz - American author of The Liberal Tradition in America
  • Mary Hawkesworth - American political scientist and Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Women's and Gender Studies at Rutgers University[181]
  • Colin Hay - influential British political scientist
  • Clarissa Rile Hayward - professor at Washington University in St. Louis studying the theory of political power and political identities[182]
  • Katharine Hayhoe - atmospheric scientist and professor of political science at Texas Tech University and director of the Climate Science Center[183]
  • Susan Hekman - professor of political science and director of the graduate humanities program at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA)[184]
  • Marc Hetherington - author of Why Trust Matters; offered a new participation paradigm
  • Christopher J. Hill - international relations scholar, Professor and Director of the Cambridge Centre of International Studies
  • Roger Hilsman - aide to John F. Kennedy, Columbia University professor, and prolific author
  • Nancy Hirschmann - Professor of Politics at the University of Pennsylvania working in the intersection of political theory and public policy
  • Sara Hobolt - Danish political scientist who specialises in European politics and electoral behaviour[185]
  • Thomas Holbrook - public opinion and elections research, author Do Campaigns Matter?
  • Christopher Hood - author of The Art of the State and A Government that Worked Better and Cost Less?
  • Donald L. Horowitz - pioneered political science models for assessing ethnic conflict
  • Mala Htun - studies women's rights and the politics of race and ethnicity in a comparative context[186]
  • Evelyne Huber - studies democracy and redistribution with a focus on Latin America[187]
  • Mark Huddleston - former President of Ohio Wesleyan University and President of the University of New Hampshire
  • Samuel P. Huntington - author of Clash of Civilizations and The Third Wave: Democratization in the Late Twentieth Century; comparativist



  • David J. Jackson - Entertainment/celebrity and politics expert
  • Lawrence R. Jacobs - American political scientist and founder and director of the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance at the University of Minnesota
  • Gary Jacobson - Constitutional law expert
  • Ashley E. Jardina - American political scientist and assistant professor of political science at Duke University[188]
  • Hakeem Jefferson
  • Attahiru Jega - Nigerian political scientists specialised in political development. former INEC chairman and also Former vice Chancellor of Bayero University.
  • Robert Jervis - international security specialist
  • Chalmers Johnson - comparative theorist
  • Jason A. Johnson - campaign management
  • Loch K. Johnson - United States intelligence expert
  • Charles O. Jones - specialist in American politics
  • Bertrand de Jouvenel - French political scientist; co-founder of Mont Pelerin Society








  • Douglas W. Rae – equality theorist
  • Vicky Randall - scholar of political science and gender[223]
  • Mahesh Rangarajan – Indian political analyst and researcher with a focus on contemporary Indian politics and the politics of wildlife conservation in India
  • John Rawls – political philosopher
  • Gary D. Rawnsley FRSA— is a British political scientist whose research is located at the intersection of international relations and international communication.
  • Dan Reiter – political scientist, specialized on military conflicts and war; professor at Emory University; author of How Wars End
  • R. A. W. Rhodes – public administration scholar, pioneer of the study of policy networks in British government
  • Condoleezza Rice – former National Security Advisor; former Secretary of State; professor at Stanford University
  • Floyd M. Riddick – Parliamentarian of the United States Senate from 1964 to 1974, and developer of Riddick's Senate procedure
  • William H. Riker – 20th-century political scientist who applied game theory to political science
  • Patrick T. Riley – political theorist and Kant scholar
  • Pearl T. Robinson - American professor of political science at Tufts University[224]
  • David Rohde – Congress scholar
  • Stein Rokkan – expert on political parties and movements, founder of the Institute for Comparative Politics
  • Richard Rose – American political scientist, Professor of Politics at the University of Aberdeen
  • Richard Rosecrance – international relations and political economy expert
  • Clinton Rossiter – American government and constitutional history theorist
  • Susanne Hoeber Rudolph – scholar of political economy and political economy, former American Political Science Association president
  • Irene S. Rubin – Emerita at Northern Illinois University focusing on interview methodology and public budgeting in American government[225]
  • John Ruggie – international relations theorist, social constructivist


  • Larry SabatoUniversity of Virginia professor, director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics, and popular political analyst
  • Scott Sagan – Stanford professor and notable critic of deterrence theory
  • Slobodan Samardžić – research includes political ideas and institutions, federalism, constitutionalism, and European Union
  • David Samuels – comparativist scholar of Brazilian politics and political institutions
  • Eliz Sanasarian - professor of political science at the University of Southern California[226]
  • Virginia Sapiro - American political psychologist[227]
  • Austin Sarat – public law specialist
  • Giovanni Sartori – comparativist, expert on constitutional theory and party systems
  • E.E. Schattschneider – early political parties expert, author of Party Government and The Semisovereign People: A Realist's View of Democracy in America
  • Steven Schier – specialist in American Politics
  • Warner R. Schilling – specialist in international relations and military technology
  • Kay Lehman Schlozman - J. Joseph Moakley Professor of political science at Boston College and an expert in American political participation and gender and politics[228]
  • Vivien A. Schmidt - Jean Monnet Chair of European Integration Professor of International Relations in the Pardee School of Global Studies and professor of political science at Boston University[229]
  • Cheryl Schonhardt-Bailey - professor in Political Science at the London School of Economics and Political Science[230]
  • Victoria Schuck - Professor of Political Science who spent much of her career (1940-1976) at Mount Holyoke College[231]
  • Ekaterina Schulmann - associate professor of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration and legal specialist[232]
  • Gesine Schwan – political scientist, president of the Viadrina European University, and nominated twice as a candidate for the federal presidential elections of Germany
  • James C. Scott – political economist, Southeast Asia area specialist
  • Hossein Seifzadeh – Iranian Professor of Political Science at University of Tehran; expert on strategic and security issues in the Middle East
  • Mitchell A. Seligson – Centennial Professor of Political Science Vanderbilt University; founder of Latin American Public Opinion Project and AmericasBarometer
  • Donna Shalala – former United States Secretary of Health and Human Services
  • Jim Sidanius – American political scientist
  • Matthew Soberg Shugart – scholar of constitutional design and electoral systems
  • Yekaterina Shulman – scholar specializing in lawmaking
  • Beth Simmons – international relations scholar focusing on human rights
  • Herbert A. SimonNobel Prize-winning professor at Carnegie Mellon; a founder of artificial intelligence research; received his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Chicago
  • Valeria Sinclair-Chapman – studies American political institutions, the representation of minority groups in the United States Congress, and minority political participation[233]
  • Theda Skocpol – comparative sociologist; former president of American Political Science Association, Harvard University
  • Stephen Skowronek – presidency and American political development scholar (Yale University)
  • Anne-Marie Slaughter – scholar of international relations, former president of the American Society of International Law
  • Jean Edward Smith – political economist, biographer, international relations, constitutional law
  • Rogers Smith – Pulitzer Prize finalist, American politics expert at the University of Pennsylvania
  • Steven S. Smith – American politics, congressional politics, Russian politics; Director, Weidenbaum Center
  • Peverill Squire – Americanist
  • Allison Stanger - American political scientist and the Russell J. Leng '60 Professor of International Politics and Economics at Middlebury College[234]
  • Michael Steed – British political scientist, developed the concept of "Steed swing" as distinct from "Butler swing"
  • Alfred Stepan – comparativist, Wallace S. Sayre Professor of Government at Columbia University
  • Zeev Sternhell – theorist, political historian of political ideology
  • John G. Stoessinger – international relations theorist, author of The Might of Nations: World Politics in our Time
  • Donald E. Stokes – former Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton; expert on elections
  • Susan Stokes - Tiffany and Margaret Blake Distinguished Service Professor in the Political Science department of the University of Chicago and the faculty director of the Chicago Center on Democracy[235]
  • Herbert Storing – American politics expert
  • Susan Strange – British expert in international relations; taught at the London School of Economics[236]
  • Dara Strolovitch – studies the politics of race, class, gender, and sexuality in the context of intersectional societal inequality[237]
  • Carol Swain – Professor of Law and Political Science at Vanderbilt University; expert on immigration and race
  • Stephen Szabo is an American political scientist and educator who specializes in foreign policy.
  • Abdullahi Aliyu Sumaila a Nigerian political scientist, author of The Rise and Fall of Kano Peoples Party, Secretary-General People's Redemption Party 1980–1983, Campaign Manager of Nigerian People's Party -1983



  • Patrick Utomi - political economist





  • Fareed Zakaria – international relations expert
  • John Zaller – author of The Nature and Origins of Mass Opinion; at UCLA
  • Elizabeth Zechmeister – comparativist at Vanderbilt University, Latin American politics and public opinion expert, Director of the Latin America Public Opinion Project (LAPOP)[255]
  • Zhang Weiwei - Chinese political scientist
  • Ina Zhupa - Albanian political scientist who studies Democratization and Values of Albanian Society[256]

See also

  • Political theorist
  • Oxford Handbooks of Political Science


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