Ranjit Lall, former Niehaus fellow, wins Merze Tate Award

Monday, Jul 1, 2019

Ranjit Lall, Assistant Professor of International Political Economy at the London School of Economics  and former Niehaus fellow (2017-2018), is the recipient of the American Political Science Association's 2019 Merze Tate Award for his dissertation “Making International Organizations Work: The Politics of Institutional Performance.” The annual award goes to the best dissertation successfully defended during the previous two years in the field of international relations, law, and politics. Ranjit has also received the Best Dissertation Award by the International Collaboration Section of the American Political Science Association, the Robert Noxon Toppan Prize for best doctoral dissertation in political science at Harvard University, and the Leamer-Rosenthal Prize for Open Social Science by the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences. 

Photo of Ranjit LallThe Merze Tate Award will be presented at the APSA Awards Ceremony  at the Annual Meeting on August 28. More information on Ranjit's research can be found at https://scholar.harvard.edu/ranjitlall and details on the Merze Tate Award are available at https://www.apsanet.org/awards/merze-tate.