This review of the accomplishments and future agendas of comparative historical research in the social sciences explores its strengths in explaining important worldwide outcomes (e.g., revolutions, social provision, democracy). It includes sections on substantive research accomplishments, methodology, and theory, and features essays by some of the most important political scientists and sociologists currently working.How Institutions Evolve INSIGHTS FROM COMPARATIVE HISTORICAL ANALYSIS Kathleen Thelen /. Introduction This essay explores the question of how formal institutions change. 1 Despite the importance assigned by many scholars to theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Comparative Historical Analysis in the Social Sciences|
|Author||:||James Mahoney, Dietrich Rueschemeyer|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2003-02-10|