Taller politica comparada

  • What to do about missing values in time-series cross-section data

    Honaker, J., King, G.
  • Candidate gender and voter choice: Analysis from a multimenber preferential voting system

    McElroy, G. Marsh, M.
  • a stronger second chamber? Assessing the Impact of House of Lords Reform in 1999 and the lessons for Bicameralism

    Russell, M.
  • Analytic ecleticism in the study of world politics: Reconfiguring problems and mechanism across research traditions

    sil, R., Katzenstein, P.J.
  • Understanding the role of bureaucracy in the Eutopean Security and defence policy: The state of the art

    Vanhoonacker, S., Dijkstra, H., Maurer, H.
  • Comparative politics: Some points for discussion

    Van Kersbergen,K
  • transparency is not enough: Making transparency effective in reducing corruption

    Lindsted, C., Naurin, D.
  • The political economy of authoritarian songle-party dominance

    Greene, K.F.
  • Making global markets: Historical institutionalism in international politac economi

    Farrell,H. Newman, A.L
  • Capitalist diversity and the international regulation of hedge funds

    fioretos, O.
  • Thinking about the role of religion in foreign policy: A framework for analysis

    Warner, C.M., Walker, S.G.
  • DocumentWar minus the shooting? the politics of sport in Lebanon as a unique case in comparative politics

    Authors of Document
    Reiche, D.
  • DocumentThe changing nature of international institutions in Europe: The challenge of the European union

    Authors of Document
    Diez, T., Manners, I., Whitman, R.G.
  • Towards a theory of external democracy promotion: A proposal for theoretical classification

    Wolff, J., Wurm, I.
  • DocumentMeasuring effective democracy: The human empowerment approach

    Authors of Document
    Alexander, A.C., Welzel, C.
  • Remote control: How the media sustain authoritarian rule in China

    Stockmann, D., Gallagher, M.E.
  • Europeanisation in new member and candidates states

    Sedelmeier, U.
  • Classroom as reality: Demonstrating campaign effects through live simulation

    Coffey, D.J., Miller, W.J., Feuerstein, D.
  • DocumentGovernance as political theory

    Authors of Document
    Peters, B.G.
  • Cross-National Differences in political discussion: Can political systems narrow eliberation gaps?

    Nir, L.
  • How should we measure district-level public opinion on individual issues?

    Warshaw, C., Rodden, J.
  • Why are gender quotas adopted? Party pragmatism and parity in France

    Murray, R., Krook, M.L., Opello, K.A.R.
  • "we´re off to replace the wizard": Lessons from a collaborative group project assignment

    Centellas, M., Love, G.J.
  • recasting institutionalism: Institutional analysis and public policy

    Radaelli, C.M., Dente, B., Dossi, S.
  • Securitizing democracy and democratic security: A reflection on democratization studies

    Galbreath, D.J.
  • The measure´s dilema: Coordination failures in cross-nation political data collection

    Schedler, A.
  • Comparative politics in Central and Eastern Europe mapping publications over the past 20 years

    Schneider, C.Q., Bochsler, D., Chiru, M.
  • Wage-earners' welfare after economic reform: Refurbishing, retrenching or hollowing out social protection in Australia and New zealand?

    Wilson, S., Spies-Butcher, B., Stebbing, A., St John, S.
  • The State of Comparative Politics in South Africa

    Sadie, Y.
  • Regularizing riioting: permitting public protest in an authoritarian regime

    Lorentzen, P.L.
  • Howmany countries for multilevel modeling? A comparison of frequentist and bayesian approaches

    Stegmuller, D.
  • Explaining cooperation between IGOs and NGOs - push factors, pull factors, and the policy cycle

    Steffek, J.
  • Politicians and Professionalization in the Pacific Islands: Revisiting Self-Regulation?

    Corbett, J.
  • The limits and variety of risk-based governance: The case of flod management in Germany and England

    Krieger, K.
  • Equality of educational opportunity and attitudes toward income inequality: Evidence from China

    Lú, X.
  • Democracy as public policy: Opportunities for strengthening democracy [La democracia como pilítica pública: Oportunidades para el fortalecimineto democrátio]

    Monsiváis Carrillo, A.
  • Supply of and demand for e-democracy: A study of the Swedish case

    Lidén, G.
  • The enduring indispensability of the controlled comparison

    Slater, D., Ziblatt, D.
  • A preliminary comparative study of policy making in two GCC countries-Qatar and Kuwait: Processes, politics, and participants

    Khodr, H.
  • How parties compete for votes: A test of saliency theory

    Dolezal, M., Ennser-Jedenastik, L., Müller, W.C., Winkler, A.K.
  • Survey Research in International Political Economy: Motivations, Designs, Methods

    Tingley, D.
  • Analyzing party competition through the comparative manifesto data: Some theoretical and methodological considerations

    Zulianello, M.
  • Theories of dictatorships: Sub-types and explanations

    Lidén, G.
  • Electoral quotas and political representation: Comparative perspectives

    Krook, M.L., Zetterberg, P.
  • Power Shift or Paradigm Shift? China's Rise and Asia's Emerging Security Order

    Acharya, A.
  • Electoral Gender Quotas: A Conceptual Analysis

    Krook, M.L.
  • Research Frontiers in Comparative and International Environmental Politics: An Introduction

    Cao, X., Milner, H.V., Prakash, A., Ward, H.
  • Beyond presidentialism and parliamentarism

    Cheibub, J.A., Elkins, Z., Ginsburg, T.
  • The communication of ideas across subfields in political science

    Graham, E.R., Shipan, C.R., Volden, C.
  • Partisan Priorities and Public Budgeting

    Epp, D.A., Lovett, J., Baumgartner, F.R.