Frances McCall Rosenbluth
Fellow: Awarded 2010
Field of Study: Political Science
Competition: US & Canada
Frances McCall Rosenbluth, the Damon Wells Professor of International Politics at Yale University, is a comparative political economist with a special interest in Japan, and in the political economy of gender. Her books include Financial Politics in Contemporary Japan (Cornell, 1989), Japan’s Political Marketplace (with Mark Ramseyer; Harvard, 1993), The Politics of Oligarchy (with Mark Ramseyer; Cambridge, 1995), The Political Economy of Japan’s Low Fertility (edited; Stanford, 2008), Japan Transformed (with Michael Thies; Princeton, 2010), War and State Building in Medieval Japan (edited with John Ferejohn; Stanford, 2010), and Women, Work, and Politics: The Political Economy of Gender Inequality (with Torben Iversen; Yale, 2010). She is currently the Deputy Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity at Yale University.