Comparative Government

An introduction to the institutions, and political behavior associated with the study of states and international politics.
Topics include:
  • Governments
  • Political systems
  • Regimes
  • Role of the state
  • Political institutions
  • Political culture
  • Interest groups
  • Political Parties
  • Voting and elections
  • Modern bureaucracy
  • Political economy

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Foundations of Comparative Politics (Newton & Van Deth)

Comparative Government and Politics (Hague & Harrop)

Introduction to Comparative Politics (Krupavicius et al.)

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