Associate Professor, Political Science
School of Social Sciences
Ph.D., Univ. of Maryland, 1997, Gov. and Politics
M.A., Warsaw University, 1988, Sociology
M.S. (ABD), Warsaw University, 1992, Mathematics
Fax: (801) 8805878
University of California, Irvine
Dept. of Political Science
3151 Social Science Plaza
Mail Code: 5100
Irvine, CA 92697
game theory, social choice, voting, democratization, political consequences of electoral laws, prison subculture
European Academy of Sociology Annual Distinguished Book Award, 2004, for "Games Prisoners Play".
Assistant professor, Politics, NYU, 1996-1997, 2000-2002
Research fellow, economics, Warsaw University, 1998-1999
Assistant Professor, Political Science, UCI, 2002-2005
Member, Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Science, UCI, 2002-present
Afilliate Professor, Economics, UCI, 2005-present
Associate Professor, Political Science, UCI, 2005-present
see link to research page above
Books 'Games Prisoners Play', Princeton University Press, 2004;
'Gry wiezienne', Oficyna Naukowa, 2006 (in Polish).
"Judging Transitional Justice: A New Criterion for Evaluating Truth Revelation Procedures," with Monika Nalepa, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2006, vol. 50(3): 383-408.
"Parametric Rationing Methods," Games and Economic Behavior, 2006, vol. 54(1): 115-133
"Coalitional Stability of Multi-Party Systems: Evidence from Poland." American Journal of Political Science 2001, 45(2): 294-312.
"General Equilibrium Model of Multiparty Competition," Social Choice and Welfare, 2006, vol 26(2): 336-361.