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- Introduction Carles Boix and Susan C. Stokes
- Multicausality, Context‐Conditionality, and EndogeneityRobert J. Franzese, Jr.
- Historical Enquiry and Comparative PoliticsJames Mahoney and Celso M. Villegas
- The Case Study: What it is and What it DoesJohn Gerring
- Field ResearchElisabeth Jean Wood
- Is the Science of Comparative Politics Possible? Adam Przeworski
- From Case Studies to Social Science: A Strategy for Political ResearchRobert H. Bates
- Collective Action TheoryElinor Ostrom
- Rethinking Revolutions: a Neo‐Tocquevillian PerspectiveSteven Pincus
- Civil WarsStathis N. Kalyvas
- Contentious Politics and Social MovementsSidney Tarrow and Charles Tilly
- Mechanisms of Globalized Protest MovementsMark I. Lichbach and Helma G. E. de Vries
- Aggregating and Representing Political PreferencesG. Bingham Powell, Jr.
- Electoral SystemsRein Taagepera
- Separation of PowersDavid Samuels
- Comparative Judicial PoliticsJohn Ferejohn, Frances Rosenbluth, and Charles Shipan
- FederalismPablo Beramendi
- Coalition Theory and Government FormationKaare Strøm and Benjamin Nyblade
- Comparative Studies of the Economy and the VoteRaymond M. Duch
- Context‐Conditional Political Budget CyclesJames E. Alt and Shanna S. Rose
- The Welfare State in Global PerspectiveMatthew E. Carnes and Isabela Mares
- The Poor Performance of Poor DemocraciesPhilip Keefer
- Accountability and the Survival of GovernmentsJosé María Maravall
- Economic Transformation and Comparative PoliticsTimothy Frye