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Empirical Studies in Comparative Politics - Melvin J. Hinich

Empirical Studies in Comparative Politics

By: Melvin J. Hinich (Editor), Michael C. Munger (Editor)

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Empirical Studies in Comparative Politics presents a collection of papers analyzing the political systems of ten nations. It intends to provoke a conscious effort to compare, and investigate, the public choice of comparative politics. There have been many publications by public choice scholars, and many more by researchers who are at least sympathetic to the public choice perspective, yet little of this work has been integrated into the main stream of comparative political science literature. This work, however, presents an empirically oriented study of the politics, bureaucratic organization, and regulated economies of particular nations in the canon of the comparativist. It therefore provides a public choice view at the level of nations, not of systems. This compendium of work on comparative politics meets two criteria: In every case, a model of human behavior or institutional impact is specified; Also in every case, this model is confronted with data appropriate for evaluating whether this model is useful for understanding politics in one or more nations.

Empirical studies in comparative politicsp. 1
Voters' party preferences in multiparty systems and their coalitional and spatial implications: Germany after unificationp. 11
Multiparty electoral competition in the Netherlands and Germany: A model based on multinomial probitp. 39
Issue competition in the 1993 Norwegian national electionp. 77
The dynamics of interest group evaluations of Congressp. 105
British parties and spatial competition: Dimensions of party evaluation in the 1992 electionp. 145
Retrospective and prospective voting in a one-party- dominant democracy: Taiwan's 1996 presidential electionp. 165
Ideology and the construction of nationality: The Canadian elections of 1993p. 183
The "revival of communism" or the effect of institutions?: The 1993 Polish parliamentary electionsp. 211
A spatial analysis of candidate competition in dual member districts: The 1989 Chilean senatorial electionsp. 233
Empirical evidence of paradoxes of voting in Dutch electionsp. 257
The spatial character of Russia's new democracyp. 273
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ISBN: 9780792384106
ISBN-10: 0792384105
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 306
Published: 31st January 1999
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 1.37