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Prof. Alex Mintz

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Prof. Alex Mintz

Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy
Dean

Contact Details

Phone: 09-9527224
Email: mintz.alex@idc.ac.il

About

Professor Alex Mintz is Dean of the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy at IDC-Herzliya, and Director of its Program in Political Psychology and Decision Making (POPDM).

Professor Mintz is editor-in-chief of the journal, Political Psychology, and editorial board member of the journals American Political Science Review, International Studies Quarterly, Foreign Policy Analysis, International Studies Perspective, Open Political Science Journal, Advances in Political Psychology and the new international journal, Research and Politics. He also served as Associate Editor of the Yale-based Journal of Conflict Resolution (2004-2009) and as editor of the University of Chicago Press book series in Leadership and Decision Making in the International Arena.

Prof. Mintz is the 2005 recipient of the Distinguished Scholar Award of the Foreign Policy Analysis section of the International Studies Association (ISA) for distinguished contributions to the field, and the 1993 recipient of the Karl Deutsch Award of the ISA for the most important contribution of any scholar in the world under age of forty to the scientific study of International Relations. Mintz is the author of the widely read book, Understanding Foreign Policy Decision Making (with Karl DeRouen), Cambridge University Press, 2010 as well as 9 other books and edited volumes. He has published in such top journals as the American Political Science Review (1988, 1989, 1990, 1997), American Journal of Political Science (1988 and 1991), International Studies Quarterly (2011), American Journal of Sociology (1986), Political Psychology (2009) and the Journal of Conflict Resolution (1985, 1987, 1993a, 1993b, 1997, 2004a, 2004b, 2006). ). Mintz served as President of the Foreign Policy Analysis section of the ISA and together with five Nobel Laureates, is on the board of the Center for Conflict Management and Prevention in Sydney, Australia.

Education

Ph.D., Northwestern University