by Holt, Rinehart and Winston .
Written in English
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Comparative Political Institutions is written by leading scholars for use by both students and teachers of political science. The series offers comprehensive and challenging accounts of the institutional structures of national political systems, and an authoritative and up-to . POSC Comparative Political Economy Duane Swank topic and typically include a few classic works, recent seminal articles or books, and/or particularly useful survey articles with extensive bibliography. Most required reading is in the seven required books; some required and most recommended readings are available either. This new and comprehensive volume invites the reader on a tour of the exciting subfield of comparative political economy. The book provides an in-depth account of the theoretical debates surrounding different models of capitalism. Tracing the origins of the field back to Adam Smith and the French Physiocrats, the development of the study of models of political-economic governance is laid out Author: Georg Menz. political science, the study of government and political processes, institutions, and behavior. Government and politics have been studied and commented on since the time of the ancient Greeks. However, it is only with the general systematization of the social sciences in the last years that political science has emerged as a separate definable area of study.
The frontier between 'law' and 'politics' is not always clear-cut. A large area exists where courts operate, but where governments and parliaments also make decisions. Tim Koopmans compares the way American, British, French and German law and politics deal with different issues: in many instances subjects which are highly 'political' in one country constitute legal issues in another. The Routledge Handbook of Comparative Political Institutions (HCPI) is designed to serve as a comprehensive reference guide to our accumulated knowledge and the cutting edge of scholarship about political institutions in the comparative context. Political Institutions - Bates, Robert. (). Markets and States in Tropical Africa: The Political Basis of Agricultural Policies. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. - Linz, Juan, & Valenzuela, Arturo, eds. (). The Failure of Presidential Democracy: Comparative Perspectives. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. This chapter defines the nature of political institutions and discusses three theoretical frameworks for the comparative analysis and explanation of how institutions work in modern democratic states. These approaches, derived from the ‘new institutionalism’, are rational choice institutionalism, cultural institutionalism and structural.
Comparative political institutions. New York, Macmillan  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert C Fried. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages 21 cm: Series Title: Government in the modern world. Comparative politics is key area in political science, pigeonholed by an empirical approach based on the comparative method. To put it in another way, comparative politics is the study of the domestic politics, political institutions, and conflicts of countries. It often encompasses comparisons among countries and through time within single. Political institutions, democracy and welfare: a comparative study of norway and korea (English) Abstract. In this paper the authors compare developments in Norway and Korea, which have both experienced relatively rapid economic growth, Norway during most of the 20th century, Korea since the : Stein Kuhnle, Huck-ju Kwon, Per Selle, Sanjeev Prakash. Nonetheless, Courts and Political Institutions deserves to be widely read. Koopmans is a fervent comparatist and his book is, above all, a plea for comparative constitutional studies as a means to gain more understanding about one’s own politico-legal culture and its constitutional choices. In this respect, the book certainly manages to : Jacco Bomhoff.