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by Alexander M. Hicks,Thomas Janoski

Download The Comparative Political Economy of the Welfare State (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics) ePub
  • ISBN 0521434734
  • ISBN13 978-0521434737
  • Language English
  • Author Alexander M. Hicks,Thomas Janoski
  • Publisher Cambridge University Press; 1st edition (January 28, 1994)
  • Pages 416
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  • Subcategory Business and Finance
  • Size ePub 1483 kb
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Comparative research is exploding with new methodological and theoretical approaches. In this book, scholars who are expert in each one of these methods provide the first comprehensive explanation and application of time-series, pooled, event history, and Boolean methods to substantive problems of the welfare state. Each section of the book focuses on a new method with a general introduction to the method and then two papers using the method to deal with analysis concerning welfare state problems in a political economy perspective. Scholars and graduate students concerned with methodology in this area will need this book to bring them up to date on proliferating methodologies.

In this book, scholars who are expert in each one of these methods provide the first comprehensive explanation and application of time-series.

Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 28, Issue. Each section of the book focuses on a different method with a general introduction to the methods and then two papers using the method to deal with analysis concerning welfare state problems in a political economy perspective.

1 - Methodological innovations in comparative political economy: an. .Time-series analysis has made its mark on single-nation studies in the past few years, but time-series analysis has only begun to be seriously used.

1 - Methodological innovations in comparative political economy: an introduction. By Thomas Janoski, Duke University, Alexander M. Hicks, Emory University. Adam Przeworski has recently stated that.

book by Alexander M. Hicks. In this book, scholars who are expert in each one of these methods provide the first comprehensive explanation and application of time-series, pooled, event history, and Boolean methods to substantive problems of the welfare state.

In this book, experts in each one of these methods provide a comprehensive explanation and application of time-series, pooled, event history and Boolean methods to substantive problems of the welfare state.

Thomas Janoski, Alexander M. In this book, experts in each one of these methods provide a comprehensive explanation and application of time-series, pooled, event history and Boolean methods to substantive problems of the welfare state.

Comparative politics is a field in political science characterized either by the use of the comparative method or other empirical methods to explore politics within (as opposed to between) countries. Substantively, this can include questions relating to political institutions, political behavior, conflict, and the causes and consequences of economic development.

In this book, scholars who are expert in each one of these methods provide the first comprehensive explanation and application of time-series, pooled, event history, and Boolean methods to substantive problems of the welfare state.

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