Now in a new edition, Comparative Politics provides an exciting and authoritative introduction to all of the core areas of the field. Featuring a diverse range of perspectives from expert international contributors, it explores the methods and theories of comparative politics and also examines the institutions, actors, processes, and policies at the heart of political systems around the world. The selections elucidate the major themes and also present students with a wealth of empirical data and examples--drawn from both developing regions and industrial countries--that demonstrate similarities and differences in practice and encourage further research. The text is enhanced by excellent pedagogical features including readers' guides, key points, questions, a guide to further reading, text boxes, and a glossary.
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Daniele Caramani is Chair of Comparative Politics, Head of the Department of Political Science, Co-Director of the Institute of Political Science, and Vice-Dean of the School of Economics and Political Science at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland.
An extraordinarily ambitious book by an impressive roster of accomplished authors. They cover, in an authoritative way, a range of important topics in comparative politics. There is sufficient material here to please teachers of many different types of course. Michael J. Laver, New York University This user-friendly textbook strikes an unmatched balance between analytics and empirics, methods and theories, structures, institutions, and actors. Simply the best textbook on comparative politics. Stefano Bartolini, European University Institute With greater geographical coverage, top-class contributors, and detailed online resources, this new edition of Comparative Politics is a key text for any comparative politics course. Ian McAllister, Australian National University The third edition of Comparative Politics updates the text throughout with particular reference to Arab Spring and its aftermath, the financial and economic crises, and right-wing populism. This makes it even more essential than it was for teachers, students, and analysts alike. I warmly commend it to them. Ian Budge, University of Essex
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