Dr. Leonard P. Ray 

Associate Professor

PhD: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Phone: 225-578-2550
Fax: 225-578-2540
E-mail: lray2@lsu.edu
Office: 208C Stubbs Hall

 

Curriculum Vitae

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Area of Interest

Dr. Ray specializes in comparative politics, the electoral and party systems of Europe, the institutions of the European Union, and public policy in Europe.

Awards & Honors

2002-2003, Bhatia Endowed Professorship in Mass Communications

1999, Norwegian Marshall Fund research grant

Selected Publications

Ray, Leonard, and Gregory Johnston. 2007. “European Anti-Americanism and Choices for a
European Defense Policy.” PS: Political Science and Politics 40 (1): 85-91.

Ray, Leonard. 2007. “Validity of Measured Party Positions on European Integration: Assumptions, Approaches, and a Comparison of Alternative Measures.” Electoral Studies 26: 11-22.

Owen, Guillermo, Ines Linder, Scott Feld, Bernard Grofman, and Leonard Ray. 2006. “A Simple ‘Market Value’ Bargaining Model for Weighted Voting Games: Characterization and Limit Theorem.” International Journal of Game Theory 35 (1): 111-128.

Ray, Leonard. 2006. "Validity of measured party positions of European integration: Assumptions, approaches, and a comparison of a alternative measures." Electoral Studies. 29 (2007) 11-22.

Teaching

4001-Research Methods in Political Science
4068-Democratic Political Systems of Northern Europe
4074-The European Community
4075-Political Western Europe
4076-Politics of France & Francophone Areas
7962-Seminar in Research Design and Quantitative Techniques
7970-Seminar in Comparative Politics
7971-Special Topics in Comparative Politics
7975-Comparative Political Behavior