A New Handbook of Political Science by Robert E. Goodin

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This work is an authoritative survey of developments in the discipline compiled by 42 of the best political scientists worldwide, analyzing progress over the past twenty years and assessing this in the context of historical trends in the field. International in its scope, systematic in its coverage, A New Handbook of Political Science will be the reference book for political scientists, and those tracking their work, into the next century.

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Robert E. Goodin is Joint Professor of Social and Political Theory and of Philosophy at the Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University. He is the author of many books on political theory, public policy and applied ethics and include, most recently, The Real Worlds of Welfare Capitalism, with B. Headey, R. Muffels and H.J. Dirven (1999) and Reflective Democracy (2003). Russell J. Dalton is Professor in the Center for the Study of Democracy at the University of California, Irvine. He has been a Fulbright Professor at the University of Mannheim, a German Marshall Research Fellow and a POSCO Fellow at the East/West Center. His scholarly interests include comparativepolitical behavior, political parties, social movements, and empirical democratic theory. Hans-Dieter Klingemann earned his academic degrees from the University of Cologne and from the University of Mannheim. He has held academic positions at the University of Cologne (1966-74), the Center for Survey Research (ZUMA), Mannheim (1974-80), the Free University of Berlin (1980-2002), theCollegium Civitas, Warsaw (2001-2005), and the Social Science Research Center Berlin (1989-2003). His publications comprise numerous books and well above a hundred journal articles or book chapters (author or co-author).
Published October 31, 1996 by Oxford University Press. 864 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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