I published numerous articles and books, mostly co-authored with Norman Frohlich. We co-authored together for more than 40 years. My most recent book is Principles of Politics (Cambridge, 2012). My research focused on issues of distributive justice, democracy, collective action and social choice. In my work I used the tools of rational choice, and the experimental methods of behavioral economics.
In my retirement I have pursued creative writing: poetry and short stories and a novel. Many of these can also be accessed on my website.
- PhD Princeton, Politics, 1970
- MA Michigan, Economics, 1964
- BA Cornell, 1963
This closely paralleled my interests in distributive justice.
Department of Government and Politics