Fellows of the Society for Political Methodology


During 2006-2007, the Long Range Planning Committee of the Society for Political Methodology recommended the establishment of a designation of "Fellow of the Society for Political Methodology" to acknowledge individuals who have made outstanding scholarly contributions to the field. Specifically, the following definition was used: "Selection to the position of Fellow of the Society for Political Methodology honors individuals who have made outstanding scholarly contributions to the development of political methodology, and whose methodological work has had a major international impact on subsequent scholarship in the field, in the discipline more broadly, and where appropriate in other areas."

2017
Kosuke Imai
Princeton University


2016
Alan Gerber
Yale University

Donald Green
Columbia University


2015
Suzanna Linn
Pennsylvania State University


2014
Robert J. Franzese
University of Michigan


2013
Michael D. Ward
Duke University


2012
Andrew D. Martin
Washington University in St. Louis


2011
Stanley Feldman
State University of New York at Stony Brook


2010
R. Michael Alvarez and John Brehm
California Institute of Technology, University of Chicago


2009
Charles Franklin
Keith T. Poole
Howard Rosenthal


2008
Christopher H. Achen
Larry M. Bartels
Nathaniel Beck
Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier
Henry E. Brady
Robert S. Erikson
John R. Freeman
Jeff Gill
Simon D. Jackman
John E. Jackson
Jonathan N. Katz
Gary King
John B. Londregan
Walter R. Mebane, Jr.
Jonathan Nagler
Douglas Rivers
Philip A. Schrodt
W. Phillips Shively
James A. Stimson
Langche Zeng