THE OXFORD HANDBOOK OF HISTORICAL INSTITUTIONALISM

Orfeo Fioretos (Temple University, USA), Tulia G. Falleti (University of Pennsylvania, USA) y Adam Sheingate (The Johns Hopkins University, USA) – Editores

Oxford, Reino Unido. OXFORD University Press. ISBN: 9780199662814. 720 págs.  Febrero de 2016. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 129,00 (4% IVA incluido)

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En este caso, es una referencia esencial para el estudio del análisis institucional, en el apartado de estudios políticos. Dedicado al estudio de cómo los procesos temporales y los hechos influyen en el origen y la transformación de las instituciones que gobiernan las relaciones políticas y económicas, el institucionalismo histórico ha crecido en las dos últimas décadas.

Extracto del índice:

I. INTRODUCTION

1: Historical Institutionalism in Political Science, Orfeo Fioretos, Tulia G. Falleti, and Adam Sheingate

II. FOUNDATIONS

2: Politics as a Process Structured in Space and Time, Peter A. Hall

3: Institutional Change, Kathleen Thelen and James Conran

4: Causality and Time in Historical Institutionalism, James Mahoney, Khairunnisa Mohamedali, and Christoph Nguyen

5: Critical Junctures, Giovanni Capoccia

6: Historical Institutionalism and Experimental Methods, Sven Steinmo

7: Power in Historical Institutionalism, Paul Pierson

8: Ideas and Historical Institutionalism, Mark Blyth, Oddny Helgadottir, and William Kring

III. COMPARATIVE POLITICS

Introduction, Tulia G. Falleti

9: States and Economic Development, Atul Kohli

10: The Development of State Capacity, Hillel Soifer

11: Historical Institutionalism and Democratization Studies, Rodrigo Barrenechea, Edward Gibson, and Larkin Terrie

12: Durable Authoritarianism, Steven Levitsky and Lucan A. Way

13: Political Parties, Regimes, and Social Cleavages, Rachel Beatty Riedl

14: Social Policy in Developing Countries, Melani Cammett and Aytug Sasmaz

15: Labor in Developing and Post-Communist Countries, Teri L. Caraway

16: Adaptive Informal Institutions, Kellee Tsai

IV. AMERICAN POLITICS

Introduction, Adam Sheingate

17: The American State and the Enduring Politics of Race, Desmond King

18: Political Parties in American Politics, Daniel J. Galvin

19: Law and Courts, Sarah Staszak

20: Social Policy Dynamics, Alan M. Jacobs

21: Citizenship and Race, Paul Frymer

22: Inequality and the Carceral State, Marie Gottschalk

V. EUROPEAN POLITICS

Introduction, Orfeo Fioretos and Tulia G. Falleti

23: European States in Comparative Perspective, R. Dan Keleman

24: Institutions and the Consolidation of Democracy in Western Europe, Sheri Berman

25: Historical Institutionalism and the Welfare State, Julia Lynch and Martin Rhodes

26: Durabilities and Changes in Financial Systems, Richard Deeg and Elliot Posner

27: Capitalism, Institutions, and Power in the Study of Business, Pepper D. Culpepper

28: Religion and European Politics, Anna Gryzmala-Busse

29: Supranationalism, Tim Büthe

30: Evolutionary Dynamics in Internal Market Regulation in the European Union, Mark Thatcher and Cornelia Woll

VI. INTERNATIONAL POLITICS

Introduction, Orfeo Fioretos

31: The Persistence of State Sovereignty, Stephen D. Krasner

32: The Rise, Character, and Evolution of International Order, G. John Ikenberry

33: Critical Junctures, Developmental Pathways, and Incremental Change in Security Institutions, Etel Solingen and Wilfred Wan

34: Global Institutions Without a Global State, Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore

35: The Evolution of International Law and Courts, Karen J. Alter

36: The Limits of Institutional Reform in the United States and the Global Trade Regime, Judith Goldstein and Robert Gulotty

37: Incremental Origins of Bretton Woods, Eric Helleiner

38: Sequencing, Layering, and Feedbacks in Global Regulation, Abraham L. Newman

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