Rueschemeyer, Dietrich

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RUESCHEMEYER, Dietrich. American (born Germany), b. 1930. Genres: Politics/Government, Sociology. Career: University of Cologne, Germany, research assistant at Sociological Research Institute, 1953-55, and Seminar for Sociology, 1956-62; Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, assistant professor, 1962-63; University of Toronto, ON, assistant professor, 1963-65, associate professor of sociology, 1965-66; Brown University, Providence, RI, associate professor, 1966-71, professor of sociology, 1971-, department head, 1975-79, director of Center for the Comparative Study of Development, 1989-97, director, research program in political economy and development, Watson Institute for International Studies, 1997-2002, Asa Messer Professor, 1995-98, Charles C. Tillinghast Jr. Professor of International Studies, 1998- 2000, emeritus and professor of international studies (research), 2000-. Visiting associate professor and visiting fellow at Oxford colleges and universities worldwide. Publications: Lawyers and Their Society, 1973; Power and the Division of Labor, 1986; (with E.H. Stephens and J. Stephens) Capitalist Development and Democracy, 1992. EDITOR: (with P. Evans and T. Skocpol) Bringing the State Back In, 1985; (with P. Evans and E.H. Stephens) States versus Markets in the World System, 1985; (with L. Putterman) State and Market in Development: Synergy or Rivalry?, 1992; (with T. Scocpol) State, Social Knowledge and the Origins of Modern Social Policy, 1996; (with M. Rueschemeyer and B. Wittrock) Participation and Democracy East and West, 1998. IN GERMAN: Anwaltschaft und Gesellschaft, 1976. EDITOR: (with R. Koenig and E.K. Scheuch) Das Interview: Formen, Technik, Auswertung, 2nd ed., 1957; (and trans. with B. Heister) T. Parsons, Beitraege zur soziologischen Theorie, 1964. Address: Department of Sociology, Box 1916, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]