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Political science is the study of the struggle by humans to gain and use power and authority for useful or destructive reasons. Political scientists analyze this struggle within and among nations using a variety of methodological tools and theoretical concepts and in a variety of sub-disciplines and specialties. It is imperative that students, scholars and professionals stay abreast of new discoveries, new interpretations, and new theoretical ideas. The overlapping fields of practice that come together in the study of political science make it challenging to stay informed about every applicable area. The task is made more difficult because a great deal of this work has moved online with the most recent scholarship and research appearing in online databases. Rather than sifting through these ever-expanding mountains of information that may or may not yield relevant results, students and researchers alike can rely on Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science to offer a reliable, up-to-date, and authoritative guide to the best literature in the field. As Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science grows, it will reflect the impact on political science of major political transformations in the world and of methodological advances.

 

Editor in Chief

L. Sandy Maisel is the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Government and founding director of the Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement at Colby College, where he has taught since 1971. He is the author or editor of nineteen books (several in multiple editions) including American Political Parties and Elections: A Very Short Introduction and Evaluating Campaign Quality: Can the Electoral Process Be Improved? From Obscurity to Oblivion: Running in the Congressional Primary chronicled Maisel’s unsuccessful bid for the Democratic nomination for Congress in Maine’s First Congressional District in 1978. His published articles have appeared in many political science journals and anthologies, including the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, the Journal of Politics, and the Legislative Studies Quarterly. Maisel has served as president of the New England Political Science Association, twice a member of the Council of the American Political Science Association, and chair of the APSA’s research sections that focus on Political Organizations and Parties and on Legislative Studies. He has twice been awarded Fulbright Distinguished Lecturer grants (to The Philippines in 1998 and to Brazil in 2012), has been a Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington and at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and has served as a Visiting Professor at the University of Melbourne and Monash University in Australia, at Harvard University, and at Stanford University. Maisel and his wife, Patrice Franko, who is the Grossman Professor of Economics and professor of global studies at Colby, live in Rome, ME.

 


FOUNDING EDITOR IN CHIEF

Swarthmore College

STANDING EDITORIAL BOARD

Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Vanderbilt University
University of British Columbia
National University of Singapore
Colby College
Tufts University

FORMER STANDING EDITORIAL BOARD

Hunter College
California State University, Sacramento
University of Pennsylvania

FOUNDING EDITORIAL BOARD

Barnard College, Columbia University
London School of Economics
Carleton University
University of British Columbia
Swarthmore College
El Colegio de México
Trinity College Cambridge
University of Minnesota
UC San Diego
York University
Fernanda Somuano Ventura
El Colegio de Mexico
University of Akron
Coventry University
Swarthmore College
Temple University

ARTICLES AND CONTRIBUTORS

* = recently published

Michael Hagen
Temple University
David Fisk
University of California, San Diego
Barry Ames
University of Pittsburgh
Marcus Kreuzer
Villanova University
Tyrene White
Swarthmore College
Steven Goldstein
Smith College
Zachariah Mampilly
Vassar College
Brian E. Loveman
San Diego State University
Geoffrey Wood
University of Warwick
Alex Thomson
Coventry University
Benedito Machava
University of Michigan
Anne Pitcher
University of Michigan
Marian Sawer
Australian National University
Kirsty McLaren
Australian National University
Norm Kelly
Australian National University
David Altman
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Pablo Policzer
University of Calgary
Peter Rutland
Wesleyan University
Jenna Bednar
University of Michigan
Srinivas Parinandi
University of Michigan
Miriam Smith
York University
Sean L. Yom
Temple University
Justin Peck
University of Virginia
Farah Godrej
University of California, Riverside
Paul Almeida
University of California, Merced
Douglas A. Yates
The American University of Paris
Mariya Y. Omelicheva
Kansas University
Rick Valelly
Swarthmore College
Dan Reiter
Emory University
Reynaldo Yunuen Ortega Ortíz
El Colegio de México
David Samuels
University of Minnesota
Fabrice Lehoucq
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Jonathan Hiskey
Vanderbilt University
Richard Johnston
The University of British Columbia
Mary Stegmaier
University of Missouri
Michael S. Lewis-Beck
The University of Iowa
Mary Stegmaier
University of Missouri
Helmut Norpoth
Stony Brook University, State University of New York
Matthew Shugart
University of California, San Diego
Justin Reeves
University of California, San Diego
Jose Carlos Orihuela
Brown University
David G. Haglund
Queen's University
Jonathan Hopkin
London School of Economics and Political Science
Robert I. Rotberg
Harvard University
Troy Smith
Brigham Young University—Hawaii
Donald P. Green
Columbia University
Alexander Coppock
Columbia University
Elisabeth Gidengil
McGill University
Ayse Kaya
Swarthmore College
Marius R. Busemeyer
Universitat Konstanz
Ted Schrecker
Bruyère Research Institute
Bruce Baker
David S. Palmer
Boston University
Thomas A. Marks
School for National Security Executive Education
Steven Maloney
University of St. Thomas
Mark Beeson
The University of Western Australia
Irene Bloemraad
University of California, Berkeley
Mireille Paquet
Université de Montréal
Christian Joppke
Universität Bern
Austin Nichols
Urban Institute
Vicki L. Birchfield
Georgia Institute of Technology
Kirsty Gover
The University of Melbourne
Bernhard Ebbinghaus
Universität Mannheim
Susan K. Sell
George Washington University
Darren R. Halpin
Australian National University
Anthony J. Nownes
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Fen Hampson
Carleton University
Chester Crocker
Georgetown University
Pamela Aall
United States Institute of Peace
Simon Palamar
Carleton University
MJ Peterson
University of Massachusetts Amherst
David Mares
University of California, San Diego
Gideon Rahat
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Ken I. Kersch
Boston College
Lisa Vanhala
University of Oxford
Jisun Youm
Florida State University
Richard Feiock
Florida State University
Will Jennings
The University of Manchester
James Druckman
Northwestern University
Catherine De Vries
University of Oxford
Jeb Barnes
University of Southern California
Marco Giugni
Université de Genève
Lorenzo Bosi
European University Institute
Katrin Uba
Uppsala universitet
Chris Den Hartog
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Sean M. Theriault
The University of Texas at Austin
Megan M. Moeller
The University of Texas at Austin
Matthew S. Levendusky
University of Pennsylvania
Seth Masket
University of Denver
Robert S. Erikson
Columbia University
Huss Banai
Brown University
Ergun Özbudun
İstanbul Şehir Üniversitesi
Seth C. McKee
University of South Florida St. Petersburg
Go Murakami
The University of British Columbia
Benjamin Nyblade
The University of British Columbia
Ana Margheritis
University of Florida
Scott G. Knowles
Drexel University
James Bergey
Drexel University
George Nyabuga
University of Nairobi
Ann Cohen
Hunter College, City University of New York
Alisa Gaunder
Southwestern University
Mark Webber
University of Birmingham
Victor Cha
Georgetown University
Ji-Young Lee
American University
Steve Yetiv
Old Dominion University
Mark Manger
The London School of Economics and Political Science
Tom Lodge
University of Limerick
Victor Cha
Georgetown University
Ji-Young Lee
American University
Carolyn M. Somerville
Hunter College, City University of New York
Hans Stockton
University of St. Thomas
John McCormick
Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis
David Ehrhardt
Universiteit Leiden
Joshua Tucker
New York University
Christopher Wlezien
Temple University
Russell J. Dalton
University of California, Irvine
Russell J. Dalton
University of California, Irvine
Doh Shin
University of Missouri
Alvin B. Tillery, Jr.
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Paul Kubicek
Oakland University
James Sperling
The University of Akron
J. Tobin Grant
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Dmitry Gorenburg
Harvard University
Mark B. Brown
California State University, Sacramento
Fernanda Somuano Ventura
El Colegio de México
Elliott Green
London School of Economics and Political Science
Alan Dowty
University of Notre Dame
George Ross
Université de Montréal
Gregory Koger
University of Miami
Michael Kimmage
The Catholic University of America
Christopher Witko
Saint Louis University
Alan Renwick
University of Reading
Richard Deeg
Temple University
Stanley L. Winer
Carleton University
Paola Profeta
Università Bocconi
Walter Hettich
California State University, Fullerton
Alan Gibson
California State University, Chico
Daniel P. Aldrich
Purdue University
Carol Nackenoff
Swarthmore College
Theda Skocpol
Harvard University
Vanessa Williamson
Harvard University
George C. Edwards III
Texas A&M University
Matt Murphy
Swarthmore College
Alexander Cooley
Barnard College
André Blais
Université de Montréal
Eva Anduiza
Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Linda Cook
Brown University
Amanda L. Beal
Mount St. Mary's University
Marc Blecher
Oberlin College

FORTHCOMING ARTICLES

Canadian Foreign Policy
John Kirton
Central Bank Independence in Advanced Industrial Democracies
James Forder
Oxford University
Church-State Relations in Latin America
Joanildo Burity
Fundação Joaquim Nabuco
Critical Theory and the Frankfurt School
Diana Boros
Cuban Political Development
Jorge Dominguez
Harvard University
Democratization in Africa
Clark Gibson
UC San Diego
Brigitte Zimmerman
Electoral and Party System Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
David Backer
University of Maryland
Environmental Politics Among Advanced Industrial Democracies
Andreas Duit
Stockholm University
Freedom of Religion or Belief
Peter Petkoff
Governance
Frans van Waarden
University College Utrecht
David Levi-Faur
Omri Preiss
University College Utrecht
Gridlock and Divided Government in the U.S.
Glen Krutz
University of Oklahoma
Immigration Politics and Policy in the United States
Karthick Ramakrishnan
UC Riverside
Indian Democracy
Niraja Jayal
Jawaharlal Nehru University
International Monetary Relations
Wesley Widmaier
Griffith University
LGBT Politics in American Political Development
Rick Valelly
Swarthmore College
Mexican Political Development
Emily Edmonds-Poli
University of San Diego
Political Clientelism in Democracies
Luis Roniger
Wake Forest University
Political Economy of Corporatism
Oscar Molina
IET- QUIT
Politics of Canadian Federalism
Ross E. Burkhart
Boise State University
Politics of Science and Technology
Erik Fisher
Arizona State University
Politics of Voting Rights in the U.S.
Rick Valelly
Swarthmore College
Religion in American Political Thought
Jonathan Keller
Graduate Center, City University of New York
Southeast Asian Politics
Allen Hicken
Systemic Theories of International Politics
Bear Braumoeller
The Ohio State University
The Development of Judicial Biography in the Study of American Public Law and Judicial Politics
Roger Newman
The New Institutionalism Revisited
B. Guy Peters
University of Pittsburgh
The New Right in American Politics
Brian Glenn
Wesleyan University
The Politics of Anti-Americanism
Sophie Meunier
The Politics of Internal Conquest in the United States and Canada
William Adler
Northeastern Illinois University
The Renewal of Qualitative Methods
David Waldner
University of Virginia

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