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(p. 1207) Comparative Politics

(p. 1207) Comparative Politics

    • About the Contributors ix

  • Part I Introduction

    1. 1. Introduction 3

      Carles Boix & Susan C. Stokes

  • Part II Theory and Methodology

    1. 2. Multicausality, Context-Conditionality, and Endogeneity 27

      Robert J. Franzese, Jr.

    2. 3. Historical Enquiry and Comparative Politics 73

      James Mahoney & Celso M. Villegas

    3. 4. The Case Study: What it is and What it Does 90

      John Gerring

    4. 5. Field Research 123

      Elisabeth Jean Wood

    5. 6. Is the Science of Comparative Politics Possible? 147

      Adam Przeworski

    6. 7. From Case Studies to Social Science: A Strategy for Political Research 172

      Robert H. Bates

    7. 8. Collective Action Theory 186

      Elinor Ostrom

  • Part III States and State Formation Political Consent

    1. 9. War, Trade, and State Formation 211

      Hendrik Spruyt

    2. 10. Compliance, Consent, and Legitimacy 236

      Russell Hardin

    3. (p. 1208) 11. National Identity 256

      Liah Greenfeld & Jonathan Eastwood

    4. 12. Ethnicity and Ethnic Conflict 274

      Ashutosh Varshney

  • Part IV Political Regimes and Transitions

    1. 13. Mass Beliefs and Democratic Institutions 297

      Christian Welzel & Ronald Inglehart

    2. 14. What Causes Democratization? 317

      Barbara Geddes

    3. 15. Democracy and Civic Culture 340

      Filippo Sabetti

    4. 16. Dictatorship: Analytical Approaches 363

      Ronald Wintrobe

  • Part V Political Instability, Political Conflict

    1. 17. Rethinking Revolutions: A Neo-Tocquevillian Perspective 397

      Steven Pincus

    2. 18. Civil Wars 416

      Stathis N. Kalyvas

    3. 19. Contentious Politics and Social Movements 435

      Sidney Tarrow & Charles Tilly

    4. 20. Mechanisms of Globalized Protest Movements 461

      Mark I. Lichbach & Helma G. E. de Vries

  • Part VI Mass Political Mobilization

    1. 21. The Emergence of Parties and Party Systems 499

      Carles Boix

    2. 22. Party Systems 522

      Herbert Kitschelt

    3. (p. 1209) 23. Voters and Parties 555

      Anne Wren & Kenneth M. McElwain

    4. 24. Parties and Voters in Emerging Democracies 582

      Frances Hagopian

    5. 25. Political Clientelism 604

      Susan C. Stokes

    6. 26. Political Activism: New Challenges, New Opportunities 628

      Pippa Norris

  • Part VII Processing Political Demands

    1. 27. Aggregating and Representing Political Preferences 653

      G. Bingham Powell, Jr.

    2. 28. Electoral Systems 678

      Rein Taagepera

    3. 29. Separation of Powers 703

      David Samuels

    4. 30. Comparative Judicial Politics 727

      John Ferejohn, Frances Rosenbluth & Charles Shipan

    5. 31. Federalism 752

      Pablo Beramendi

    6. 32. Coalition Theory and Government Formation 782

      Kaare Strøm & Benjamin Nyblade

  • Part VIII Governance in Comparative Perspective

    1. 33. Comparative Studies of the Economy and the Vote 805

      Raymond M. Duch

    2. 34. Context-Conditional Political Budget Cycles 845

      James E. Alt & Shanna S. Rose

    3. 35. The Welfare State in Global Perspective 868

      Matthew E. Carnes & Isabela Mares

    4. (p. 1210) 36. The Poor Performance of Poor Democracies 886

      Philip Keefer

    5. 37. Accountability and the Survival of Governments 910

      José María Maravall

    6. 38. Economic Transformation and Comparative Politics 940

      Timothy Frye

  • Index 969