Table of contents for The Oxford handbook of political institutions / edited by R.A.W. Rhodes, Sarah A. Binder and Bert A. Rockman.


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Part I. Approaches


1. Normative Institutionalism, James March and Johan P. Olsen


2. Rational Choice Institutionalism, Ken Shepsle


3. Historical Institutionalism, Elizabeth Sanders


4. Constructivist Institutionalism, Colin Hay


5. Network Institutionalism, Chris Ansell


6. Old Institutionalism, R. A. W. Rhodes


Part II. Institutions


7. State and State-Building, Bob Jessop


8. Development of Civil Society, Jose Harris


9. Economic Institutions, Michael Moran


10. The Institutions of Social Inclusion and Exclusion, Mathew Holden


11. Constitutions, Peter Shane


12. Constitutions (Comparative), Josep Colomer


13. American Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations, Alberta Sbragia


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14. Comparative Federalism, Brian Galligan


15. Territorial Institutions, Jean Claude Thoening


16. Executives - the American presidency, William Howell


17. Executives in Parliamentary Systems, R. A. W. Rhodes


18. Comparative Executive-Legislative Relations, Mathew Shugart


19. Public Bureaucracies, Don Kettl


20. Welfare State, Jacob Hacker


21. The Regulatory State?, John Braithwaite


22. Legislative Organization, John Carey


23. Legislative Behavior, Ric Uslaner and Thomas Zittel


24. Bicameralism, John Uhr


25. Comparative Local Governance, Gerry Stoker


26. Judicial Institutions, Jim Gibson


27. Judicial Processes, Kevin McGuire


28. Political Parties, John Aldrich


29. Electoral Systems, Shaun Bowler


30. Institutions of direct democracy, Ian Budge


31. International Political Institutions, Richard Higgott


32. International Security Institutions, John Duffield


33. International Economic Institutions, Lisa Martin


34. International NGOs, Ann Florini


Part III. Past and Present


35. Encounters with Modernity, Samuel H. Beer


36. About Institutions, Mainly, But Not Exclusively, Political, Jean Blondel


37. Thinking Institutionally, Hugh Heclo


38. Political Institutions - Old and New, Klaus Von Beyme





Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Public institutions.
Comparative government.
Political science.
Associations, institutions, etc.