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48 Laws of Power
The Oxford Handbook of Political Institutionsav R A W Rhodes403
The Oxford Handbooks of Political Science are the essential guide to the state of political science today. With engaging contributions from 39 major international scholars, The Oxford Handbook of Political Institutions provides the key point of reference for anyone working on political institutions and beyond.
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Morris P. Fiorina, Senior, Fellow at the Hoover Institution and Wendt Family Professor of Political Science at Stanford University Review from previous edition 'The thoughtful essays in the handbooks are far more than literature reviews. Scholars and students will find them to be an invaluable resource for many years to come.'
Theda Skocpol, Victor S. Thomas Professor of Government and Sociology, and Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University 'Spanning all of the major substantive areas and approaches in modern political science, this blockbuster set is a must-have for scholars and students alike. Each volume is crafted by a distinguished set of editors who have assembled critical, comprehensive, essays to survey accumulated knowledge and emerging issues in the study of politics. These volumes will help to shape the discipline for many years to come.'
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<br>R. A. W. Rhodes is Director of the Research School of Social Sciences and Distinguished Professor of Political Science at Australian National University. <br>Sarah A. Binder is Professor of Political Science at George Washington University. <br>Bert A. Rockman is Professor of Political Science and Head of the Department at Purdue University.<br>
PART I. APPROACHES; 1. Normative Institutionalism; 2. Rational Choice Institutionalism; 3. Historical Institutionalism; 4. Constructivist Institutionalism; 5. Network Institutionalism; 6. Old Institutionalism; PART II. INSTITUTIONS; 7. State and State-Building; 8. Development of Civil Society; 9. Economic Institutions; 10. The Institutions of Social Inclusion and Exclusion; 11. Constitutions; 12. Constitutions (Comparative); 13. American Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations; 14. Comparative Federalism; 15. Territorial Institutions; 16. Executives - the American presidency; 17. Executives in Parliamentary Systems; 18. Comparative Executive-Legislative Relations; 19. Public Bureaucracies; 20. Welfare State; 21. The Regulatory State?; 22. Legislative Organization; 23. Legislative Behavior; 24. Bicameralism; 25. Comparative Local Governance; 26. Judicial Institutions; 27. Judicial Processes; 28. Political Parties; 29. Electoral Systems; 30. Institutions of direct democracy; 31. International Political Institutions; 32. International Security Institutions; 33. International Economic Institutions; 34. International NGOs; PART III. PAST AND PRESENT; 35. Encounters with Modernity; 36. About Institutions, Mainly, But Not Exclusively, Political; 37. Thinking Institutionally; 38. Political Institutions - Old and New