Michael Lewis-Beck

Professor Emeritus
F. Wendell Miller Distinguished Professor

Michael Lewis-Beck CV

Michael S. Lewis-Beck holds the title F. Wendell Miller Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University of Iowa. His interests are comparative elections, election forecasting, political economy, and quantitative methodology.

Professor Lewis-Beck has authored or co-authored over 315 articles and books, including Economics and Elections, The American Voter Revisited, French Presidential Elections, Forecasting Elections, The Austrian Voter, Latin American Elections: Choice and Change, The Danish Voter and Applied Regression. He has served as Editor of the American Journal of Political Science, Electoral Studies, and the Sage QASS series (the green monographs) in quantitative methods. He is past Associate Editor of International Journal of Forecasting and current Associate Editor French Politics.

In addition to his position at Iowa, he has held various positions abroad including, more recently, Visiting Professor, GESIS, University of Mannheim; Paul Lazersfeld University Professor at the University of Vienna; Visiting Professor at Center for Citizenship and Democracy, University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium; Visiting Professor at LUISS University, Rome; Visiting Senior Scholar, Political Science, University of Aarhus, Denmark.

Research areas
  • Comparative Politics
  • Methodology
  • Western Europe
  • Political Economy
Michael Lewis-Beck
PhD, University of Michigan, 1973
Contact Information

361 Schaeffer Hall (SH)
Iowa City, IA 52242
United States