New Comparative Politics

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1. Cover image for 'The Taiwan Voter'
Christopher H. Achen and T. Y. Wang, Editors
Examines how Taiwan’s voters navigate a dangerous environment, to demonstrate how identities matter everywhere
 
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Paper 2017 $29.95 Available Add Paper for "The Taiwan Voter" to Cart
Hardcover 2017 $55.00 Available Add Hardcover for "The Taiwan Voter" to Cart
Web 2017 Open Access Available Read Online
1. Cover image for 'The Taiwan Voter'
Christopher H. Achen and T. Y. Wang, Editors
Examines how Taiwan’s voters navigate a dangerous environment, to demonstrate how identities matter everywhere
 
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Paper 2017 $29.95 Available Add Paper for "The Taiwan Voter" to Cart
Hardcover 2017 $55.00 Available Add Hardcover for "The Taiwan Voter" to Cart
Web 2017 Open Access Available Read Online
1. Cover image for 'The Taiwan Voter'
Christopher H. Achen and T. Y. Wang, Editors
Examines how Taiwan’s voters navigate a dangerous environment, to demonstrate how identities matter everywhere
 
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Paper 2017 $29.95 Available Add Paper for "The Taiwan Voter" to Cart
Hardcover 2017 $55.00 Available Add Hardcover for "The Taiwan Voter" to Cart
Web 2017 Open Access Available Read Online
Currently limited to: subject asian_studies Asian Studies x

The New Comparative Politics series publishes cutting-edge work in comparative politics, specifically in the areas of social conflict, political economy, and institutional development. Whatever its substantive focus, each book in the series builds on solid theoretical foundations, uses rigorous empirical analysis, and deals with timely, politically relevant questions.

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New Comparative Politics

The New Comparative Politics series publishes cutting-edge work in comparative politics, specifically in the areas of social conflict, political economy, and institutional development. Whatever its substantive focus, each book in the series builds on solid theoretical foundations, uses rigorous empirical analysis, and deals with timely, politically relevant questions.


Michael Laver, New York University

Editorial Board
Ken Benoit, Trinity College, Dublin

Gary Cox, Stanford University

Simon Hix, London School of Economics

John Huber, Columbia University

Herbert Kitschelt, Duke University

G. Bingham Powell, University of Rochester

Kaare Strøm, University of California, San Diego

George Tsebelis, University of Michigan

Leonard Wantchekon, Princeton University

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Series Editor

Michael Laver, New York University

Editorial Board
Ken Benoit, Trinity College, Dublin

Gary Cox, Stanford University

Simon Hix, London School of Economics

John Huber, Columbia University

Herbert Kitschelt, Duke University

G. Bingham Powell, University of Rochester

Kaare Strøm, University of California, San Diego

George Tsebelis, University of Michigan

Leonard Wantchekon, Princeton University


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A submission for the series must:

  • Pose a question of substantive political importance
  • Provide a constructive answer built on an original and rigorous theoretical foundation
  • Investigate the empirical implications of this answer with well-crafted research on real political systems
  • Offer genuinely useful findings for readers interested in a range of different political settings

For more information on the New Comparative Politics series or to submit a manuscript for consideration please contact:

Elizabeth Demers, Senior Acquiring Editor
University of Michigan Press
esdemers@umich.edu

Submissions

A submission for the series must:

  • Pose a question of substantive political importance
  • Provide a constructive answer built on an original and rigorous theoretical foundation
  • Investigate the empirical implications of this answer with well-crafted research on real political systems
  • Offer genuinely useful findings for readers interested in a range of different political settings

For more information on the New Comparative Politics series or to submit a manuscript for consideration please contact:

Elizabeth Demers, Senior Acquiring Editor
University of Michigan Press
esdemers@umich.edu


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