The Oxford Handbook Of Political Theory

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The Oxford Handbooks of Political Science is a ten-volume set of reference books offering authoritative and engaging critical overviews of all the main branches of political science.

The series as a whole is under the General Editorship of Robert E. Good in, with each volume being edited by a distinguished international group of specialists in their respective Welds:
                                                           
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PART I INTRODUCTION
1. Elaborating the ‘‘New Institutionalism.

PART I I APPROACHES
2. Rational Choice Institutionalism.
3. Historical Institutionalism.
4. Constructivist Institutionalism
5. Network Institutionalism
6. Old Institutionalisms
PART I I I INSTITUTIONS
7. The State and State-building
8. Development of Civil Society
9. Economic Institutions
10. Exclusion, Inclusion, and Political Institutions
11. Analyzing Constitutions
12. Comparative Constitutions
13. American Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations
14. Comparative Federalism
15. Territorial Institutions
16. Executives—The American Presidency
17. Executives in Parliamentary Government
18. Comparative Executive–Legislative Relations
19. Public Bureaucracies
20. The Welfare State
21. The Regulatory State?
22. Legislative Organization
23. Comparative Legislative Behavior
24. Bicameralism
25. Comparative Local Governance
26. Judicial Institutions
27. The Judicial Process and Public Policy
28. Political Parties In and Out of Legislatures
29. Electoral Systems
30. Direct Democracy
31. International Political Institutions
32. International Security Institutions: Rules, Tools, Schools
33. International Economic Institutions
34. International NGOs

PART IV OLD AND NEW
35. Encounters with Modernity
36. About Institutions, Mainly, but not Exclusively, Political
37. Thinking Institutionally
38. Political Institutions—Old and New




      Author details
   Edited by
R. A. W. RHODES
SARAH A. BINDER
and
BERT A. ROCKMAN


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