Analytical Perspectives on Politics (Series)

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Games, Information, and Politics

Applying Game Theoretic Models to Political Science

Explains how game theory can be used to explain political phenomena

Power Without Force

The Political Capacity of Nation-States

Explores the ways states build political capacity; discusses how states learn to resolve conflict politically rather than violently

Candidates, Congress, and the American Democracy

Discusses the effect of the process of candidate selection on democracy in the United States

Paradigms and Sand Castles

Theory Building and Research Design in Comparative Politics

Makes a compelling case for the importance of thoughtful research design and persuasive evidence in theory building

A Unified Theory of Collective Action and Social Change

An intriguing examination of one of the most important unresolved problems in social choice theory: how do we best understand people's decision to pay the cost of a public good?

Public Opinion and American Foreign Policy, Revised Edition

A thoroughly revised version of this essential text, incorporating a wealth of new material on American foreign policy since 9/11

Positive Changes in Political Science

The Legacy of Richard D. McKelvey's Most Influential Writings

Richard McKelvey's classic papers, accompanied by original essays by leading names in the field

Political Psychology in International Relations

A comprehensive account of the field of political psychology with a focus on its implications for international relations