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(p. 1192) Political Institutions

(p. 1192) Political Institutions

    • About the Contributors ix

    • Preface xii

  • Part I Introduction

    • 1. Elaborating the “New Institutionalism” 3

      James G. March & Johan P. Olsen

  • Part II Approaches

    • 2. Rational Choice Institutionalism 23

      Kenneth A. Shepsle

    • 3. Historical Institutionalism 39

      Elizabeth Sanders

    • 4. Constructivist Institutionalism 56

      Colin Hay

    • 5. Network Institutionalism 75

      Christopher Ansell

    • 6. Old Institutionalisms 90

      R. A. W. Rhodes

  • Part III Institutions

    • 7. The State and State-building 111

      Bob Jessop

    • 8. Development of Civil Society 131

      Jose Harris

    • 9. Economic Institutions 144

      Michael Moran

    • 10. Exclusion, Inclusion, and Political Institutions 163

      Matthew Holden, Jr.

    • 11. Analyzing Constitutions 191

      Peter M. Shane

    • (p. 1193) 12. Comparative Constitutions 217

      Josep M. Colomer

    • 13. American Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations 239

      Alberta M. Sbragia

    • 14. Comparative Federalism 261

      Brian Galligan

    • 15. Territorial Institutions 281

      Jean-Claude Thoenig

    • 16. Executives—The American Presidency 303

      William G. Howell

    • 17. Executives in Parliamentary Government 323

      R. A. W. Rhodes

    • 18. Comparative Executive–Legislative Relations 344

      Matthew Søberg Shugart

    • 19. Public Bureaucracies 366

      Donald F. Kettl

    • 20. The Welfare State 385

      Jacob S. Hacker

    • 21. The Regulatory State? 407

      John Braithwaite

    • 22. Legislative Organization 431

      John M. Carey

    • 23. Comparative Legislative Behavior 455

      Eric M. Uslaner & Thomas Zittel

    • 24. Bicameralism 474

      John Uhr

    • 25. Comparative Local Governance 495

      Gerry Stoker

    • 26. Judicial Institutions 514

      James L. Gibson

    • 27. The Judicial Process and Public Policy 535

      Kevin T. McGuire

    • (p. 1194) 28. Political Parties In and Out of Legislatures 555

      John H. Aldrich

    • 29. Electoral Systems 577

      Shaun Bowler

    • 30. Direct Democracy 595

      Ian Budge

    • 31. International Political Institutions 611

      Richard Higgott

    • 32. International Security Institutions: Rules, Tools, Schools, or Fools? 633

      John S. Duffield

    • 33. International Economic Institutions 654

      Lisa L. Martin

    • 34. International NGOs 673

      Ann Florini

  • Part IV Old and New

    • 35. Encounters with Modernity 693

      Samuel H. Beer

    • 36. About Institutions, Mainly, but not Exclusively, Political 716

      Jean Blondel

    • 37. Thinking Institutionally 731

      Hugh Heclo

    • 38. Political Institutions—Old and New 743

      Klaus von Beyme

  • Index 759