Raymond Miller

Political scientist.

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Born in Scotland, Raymond Miller has lived most of his adult life in New Zealand. He has a BA in Political Science and History from McMaster University in Canada, a DipEd in Higher Education, and an MA and PhD in Political Studies from The University of Auckland, where he is now Professor of Politics and International Relations. He frequently analyses politics in the media and is a past recipient of the Wallace Award for his contribution to the public understanding of electoral matters.  Miller is the author or editor of, among other books, New Zealand Government and Politics (Oxford University Press, multiple editions), Party Politics in New Zealand (OUP, 2005), Political Leadership in New Zealand (Auckland University Press, 2006), and, with Ian Marsh, Democratic Decline and Democratic Renewal: Political Change in Britain, Australia and New Zealand (Cambridge, 2012).

Miller is a past recipient of the Wallace Award for his contribution to the public understanding of electoral matters, and in 2006 received a University of Auckland Teaching Excellence Award for sustained excellence in teaching.