The Oxford Handbook of Historical Institutionalism by Orfeo FioretosThe Oxford Handbook of Historical Institutionalism by Orfeo Fioretos

The Oxford Handbook of Historical Institutionalism

EditorOrfeo Fioretos, Tulia G. Falleti, Adam Sheingate

Hardcover | March 23, 2016

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The Oxford Handbook of Historical Institutionalism offers an authoritative and accessible state-of-the-art analysis of the historical institutionalism research tradition in Political Science. Devoted to the study of how temporal processes and events influence the origin and transformation ofinstitutions that govern political and economic relations, historical institutionalism has grown considerably in the last two decades. With its attention to past, present, and potential future contributions to the research tradition, the volume represents an essential reference point for thoseinterested in historical institutionalism. Written in accessible style by leading scholars, thirty-eight chapters detail the contributions of historical institutionalism to an expanding array of topics in the study of comparative, American, European, and international politics.
Orfeo Fioretos is Associate Professor of Political Science at Temple University, Philadelphia. He is the author of Creative Reconstructions: Multilateralism and European Varieties of Capitalism After 1950 (Cornell University Press, 2011). His articles on international cooperation, varieties of capitalism, global regulation, and Eu...
Title:The Oxford Handbook of Historical InstitutionalismFormat:HardcoverDimensions:584 pagesPublished:March 23, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

I. INTRODUCTION1. Orfeo Fioretos, Tulia G. Falleti, and Adam Sheingate: Historical Institutionalism in Political ScienceII. FOUNDATIONS2. Peter A. Hall: Politics as a Process Structured in Space and Time3. Kathleen Thelen and James Conran: Institutional Change4. James Mahoney, Khairunnisa Mohamedali, and Christoph Nguyen: Causality and Time in Historical Institutionalism5. Giovanni Capoccia: Critical Junctures6. Sven Steinmo: Historical Institutionalism and Experimental Methods7. Paul Pierson: Power in Historical Institutionalism8. Mark Blyth, Oddny Helgadottir, and William Kring: Ideas and Historical InstitutionalismIII. COMPARATIVE POLITICSTulia G. Falleti: Introduction9. Atul Kohli: States and Economic Development10. Hillel Soifer: The Development of State Capacity11. Rodrigo Barrenechea, Edward Gibson, and Larkin Terrie: Historical Institutionalism and Democratization Studies12. Steven Levitsky and Lucan A. Way: Durable Authoritarianism13. Rachel Beatty Riedl: Political Parties, Regimes, and Social Cleavages14. Melani Cammett and Aytug Sasmaz: Social Policy in Developing Countries15. Teri L. Caraway: Labor in Developing and Post-Communist Countries16. Kellee Tsai: Adaptive Informal InstitutionsIV. AMERICAN POLITICSAdam Sheingate: Introduction17. Desmond King: The American State and the Enduring Politics of Race18. Daniel J. Galvin: Political Parties in American Politics19. Sarah Staszak: Law and Courts20. Alan M. Jacobs: Social Policy Dynamics21. Paul Frymer: Citizenship and Race22. Marie Gottschalk: Inequality and the Carceral StateV. EUROPEAN POLITICSOrfeo Fioretos and Tulia G. Falleti: Introduction23. R. Dan Keleman: European States in Comparative Perspective24. Sheri Berman: Institutions and the Consolidation of Democracy in Western Europe25. Julia Lynch and Martin Rhodes: Historical Institutionalism and the Welfare State26. Richard Deeg and Elliot Posner: Durabilities and Changes in Financial Systems27. Pepper D. Culpepper: Capitalism, Institutions, and Power in the Study of Business28. Anna Gryzmala-Busse: Religion and European Politics29. Tim Buthe: Supranationalism30. Mark Thatcher and Cornelia Woll: Evolutionary Dynamics in Internal Market Regulation in the European UnionVI. INTERNATIONAL POLITICSOrfeo Fioretos: Introduction31. Stephen D. Krasner: The Persistence of State Sovereignty32. G. John Ikenberry: The Rise, Character, and Evolution of International Order33. Etel Solingen and Wilfred Wan: Critical Junctures, Developmental Pathways, and Incremental Change in Security Institutions34. Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore: Global Institutions Without a Global State35. Karen J. Alter: The Evolution of International Law and Courts36. Judith Goldstein and Robert Gulotty: The Limits of Institutional Reform in the United States and the Global Trade Regime37. Eric Helleiner: Incremental Origins of Bretton Woods38. Abraham L. Newman: Sequencing, Layering, and Feedbacks in Global Regulation