Temáticas y disciplinas a tratar en política comparada (2005-2017)

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1. metodología

1.1. 2005

1.1.1. Front Matter. (2005). Comparative Politics, 37(3).

1.2. 2005

1.2.1. Hanson, S., & Kopstein, J. (2005). Regime Type and Diffusion in Comparative Politics Methodology. Canadian Journal of Political Science / Revue Canadienne De Science Politique, 38(1), 69-99.

1.3. 2007

1.3.1. Mahoney, J. (2007). Qualitative methodology and comparative politics. Comparative Political Studies, 40(2), 122-144.

1.4. 2007

1.4.1. Munck, G., & Snyder, R. (2007). Who Publishes in Comparative Politics? Studying the World from the United States. PS: Political Science and Politics, 40(2),

1.5. 2008

1.5.1. Front Matter. (2008). Comparative Politics, 40(4).

1.6. 2008

1.6.1. Munck, G., & Snyder, R. (2008). Who Publishes in Comparative Politics? Studying the World from the United States. PS: Political Science and Politics, 40(2),

1.7. 2009

1.7.1. Bernhard, M. (2009). Methodological disputes in comparative politics.41(4),

1.8. 2010

1.8.1. GREEN, D., & JOHN, P. (2010). Introduction: Field Experiments in Comparative Politics and Policy. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 628, 6-10.

1.9. 2015

1.9.1. Abadie, A., Diamond, A., & Hainmueller, J. (2015). Comparative Politics and the Synthetic Control Method. American Journal of Political Science, 59(2), 495-510.

2. Política pública

2.1. 2006

2.1.1. Richards, D., & Mitchell, N. (2006). A Makeover for the Introductory Comparative Politics Course: Revising the College Board's Advanced Placement Program® (AP®) Course in Comparative Government and Politics. PS: Political Science and Politics, 39(2), 357-362.

2.2. 2007

2.2.1. Back Matter. (2007). Comparative Politics, 39(2).

2.3. 2010

2.3.1. Paraskevopoulos, C. (2010). Social Capital: Summing up the Debate on a Conceptual Tool of Comparative Politics and Public Policy. Comparative Politics, 42(4), 475-494.

3. Género

3.1. 2006

3.1.1. Weldon, S. L. (2006). The structure of intersectionality: A comparative politics of gender.Politics and Gender, 2(2), 235-248.

3.2. 2010

3.2.1. Caraway, T. (2010). Gendering Comparative Politics. Perspectives on Politics, 8(1), 169-175.

3.3. 2010

3.3.1. Schwindt-Bayer, L. (2010). Comparison and Integration: A Path toward a Comparative Politics of Gender. Perspectives on Politics,8(1), 177-182.

3.4. 2010

3.4.1. Beckwith, K. (2010). Introduction: Comparative Politics and the Logics of a Comparative Politics of Gender. Perspectives on Politics, 8(1), 159-168.

3.5. 2010

3.5.1. Waylen, G. (2010). A Comparative Politics of Gender: Limits and Possibilities. Perspectives on Politics, 8(1), 223-231.

3.6. 2010

3.6.1. Schwindt-Bayer, L. (2010). Comparison and Integration: A Path toward a Comparative Politics of Gender. Perspectives on Politics,8(1), 177-182.

3.7. 2010

3.7.1. Baldez, L. (2010). The Gender Lacuna in Comparative Politics. Perspectives on Politics, 8(1), 199-205.

3.8. 2010

3.8.1. Waylen, G. (2010). A Comparative Politics of Gender: Limits and Possibilities. Perspectives on Politics, 8(1), 223-231

3.9. 2010

3.9.1. Beckwith, K. (2010). A comparative politics of gender symposium introduction: Comparative politics and the logics of a comparative politics of gender. Perspectives on Politics, 8(1), 159-168.

4. Relaciones Internacionales

4.1. 2008

4.1.1. Franzese Jr, R. J., & Hays, J. C. (2008). Interdependence in comparative politics: Substance, theory, empirics, substance. Comparative Political Studies, 41(4-5), 742-780.

4.2. 2011

4.2.1. 1Front Matter. (2011). Comparative Politics, 43(2)

4.3. 2011

4.3.1. Reny, M. (2011). Review Essay: What Happened to the Study of China in Comparative Politics? Journal of East Asian Studies, 11(1), 105-135.

4.4. 2013

4.4.1. González, R. S., & Baquero, M. (2013). Comparative politics in latin america: Dilemmas and challenges in brazil. Revista Debates, 7(3),

4.5. 2014

4.5.1. Montero, A. (2014). Comparative Politics and the Liberal Arts College: A Fragile Symbiosis. Polity, 46(1), 131-137.

4.6. 2014

4.6.1. Abbott, J. P., & Fahey, K. (2014). The state and direction of asian comparative politics: Who, what, where, how? Journal of East Asian Studies, 14(1)

5. Economia

5.1. 2016

5.1.1. McMenamin, I., Breen, M., & Muñoz-Portillo, J. (2016). Comparative politics and quasi-rational markets. New Political Economy, 21(6),

6. Medio ambiente

6.1. 2013

6.1.1. Vanhala, L.. The comparative politics of courts and climate change. Environmental Politics, 22(3),