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Andrew C. Rudalevige Bowdoin College, USA

Andrew Rudalevige is the Thomas Brackett Reed professor of government at Bowdoin

College and former chair of the American Political Science Association’s Presidents

and Executive Politics section; in 2023-2024 he is a visiting professor at the London

School of Economics. He holds a PhD from Harvard University and won the Richard

E. Neustadt Prize from the American Political Science Association for best book on the

U.S. presidency in 2003 and 2022, as well as the 2022 Louis Brownlow Prize from the

National Academy of Public Administration. His books include By Executive Order,

Managing the President’s Program, The New Imperial Presidency: Renewing Presidential

Power after Watergate, and, as coeditor, a volume on the Office of Management and

Budget and a series assessing recent presidencies. Prior to his academic career, he

worked in state and local politics in Massachusetts.