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The Landscape of Comparative Politics: Which Regions and Countries Have Had High Profiles in Comparative Politics Journals?

The Landscape of Comparative Politics: Which Regions and Countries Have Had High Profiles in Comparative Politics Journals? by Yoonjin Song, Gyeongsangbuk-do This article uses descriptive statistics and social-network analysis to examine which regions and countries were selected […]

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Douglass North’s Theory of Politics

Douglass North’s Theory of Politics by Margaret Levi, Stanford University and Barry R. Weingast, Stanford University Douglass C. North, co-winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics in 1993, became a major leader in historical and comparative political […]

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Teaching Trump: Why Comparative Politics Makes Students More Optimistic about US Democracy

Teaching Trump: Why Comparative Politics Makes Students More Optimistic about US Democracy by Hannah Baron, Brown University Robert A. Blair, Brown University, and Shelby Grossman, University of Memphis  How does learning about democratic erosion in other countries shape opinions about […]