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The Oxford handbook of historical institutionalism
Éditeur Oxford University Press
Année 2016
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Part I. Introduction ; 1. Historical institutionalism in political science / Orfeo Fioretos, Tulia G. Falleti, and Adam Sheingate ; Part II. Foundations ; 2. Politics as a process structured in space and Time / Peter A. Hall ; 3. Institutional change / Kathleen Thelen and James Conran ; 4. Causality and time in historical institutionalism / James Mahoney, Khairunnisa Mohamedali, and Christoph Nguyen ; 5. Critical junctures / Giovanni Capoccia ; 6. Historical institutionalism and experimental methods / Sven Steinmo ; 7. Power in historical institutionalism / Paul Pierson ; 8. Ideas and historical institutionalism / Mark Blyth, Oddny Helgadottir, and William Kring ; Part III. Comparative politics ; Introduction / Tulia G. Falleti ; 9. States and economic development / Atul Kohli ; 10. The development of state capacity / Hillel Soifer ; 11. Historical institutionalism and democratization studies / Rodrigo Barrenechea, Edward Gibson, and Larkin Terrie ; 12. Durable authoritarianism / Steven Levitsky and Lucan A. Way ; 13. Political parties, regimes, and social cleavages / Rachel Beatty Riedl ; 14. Social policy in developing countries / Melani Cammett and Aytug Sasmaz ; 15. Labor in developing and post-communist countries / Teri L. Caraway ; 16. Adaptive informal institutions / Kellee Tsai ; Part IV. American politics ; Introduction / Adam Sheingate ; 17. The American state and the enduring politics of race / Desmond King ; 18. Political parties in American politics / Daniel J. Galvin ; 19. Law and courts / Sarah Staszak ; 20. Social policy dynamics / Alan M. Jacobs ; 21. Citizenship and race / Paul Frymer ; 22. Inequality and the carceral state / Marie Gottschalk ; Part V. European politics ; Introduction / Orfeo Fioretos and Tulia G. Falleti ; 23. European states in comparative perspective / R. Dan Keleman ; 24. Institutions and the consolidation of democracy in Western Europe / Sheri Berman ; 25. Historical institutionalism and the welfare state / Julia Lynch and Martin Rhodes ; 26. Durabilities and changes in financial systems / Richard Deeg and Elliot Posner ; 27. Capitalism, institutions, and power in the study of business / Pepper D. Culpepper ; 28. Religion and European politics / Anna Gryzmala-Busse ; 29. Supranationalism / Tim Büthe ; 30. Evolutionary dynamics in internal market regulation in the European Union / Mark Thatcher and Cornelia Woll ; Part VI. International politics ; Introduction / Orfeo Fioretos ; 31. The persistence of state sovereignty / Stephen D. Krasner ; 32. The rise, character, and evolution of international order / G. John Ikenberry ; 33. Critical junctures, developmental pathways, and incremental change in security institutions / Etel Solingen and Wilfred Wan ; 34. Global institutions without a global state / Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore ; 35. The evolution of international law and courts / Karen J. Alter ; 36. The limits of institutional reform in the United States and the global trade regime / Judith Goldstein and Robert Gulotty ; 37. Incremental origins of Bretton Woods / Eric Helleiner ; 38. Sequencing, layering, and feedbacks in global regulation / Abraham L. Newman
Présentation de l'éditeur : "The Oxford Handbook of Historical Institutionalism offers an authoritative and accessible state-of-the-art analysis of the historical institutionalism research tradition in Political Science. Devoted to the study of how temporal processes and events influence the origin and transformation of institutions that govern political and economic relations, historical institutionalism has grown considerably in the last two decades. With its attention to past, present, and potential future contributions to the research tradition, the volume represents an essential reference point for those interested in historical institutionalism. Written in accessible style by leading scholars, thirty-eight chapters detail the contributions of historical institutionalism to an expanding array of topics in the study of comparative, American, European, and international politics."
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