John Londregan, Professor of Politics at Princeton University, is a specialist in the development of democracy and political and economic freedom. He has worked in the areas of American politics and the politics of Latin America. He has particular expertise in the application of statistical methods to politics and has extensively analyzed Chilean legislative and electoral politics since the transition from the Pinochet dictatorship to democracy. He has also done a valuable analysis of voting and compromises by the American founders at the constitutional convention of 1787. Londregan is a contributor to numerous journals and edited volumes. He received the Miller Prize for Best Paper in Political Analysis, Vol. 8 in 2000.