PSC/IR 253 Comparative Political Parties

Political Science Field: Comparative Politics
International Relations Track: Governance of Nations (C)
Typically offered every year

Bonnie M. Meguid
Fall 2013 ("W" Optional) — T 14:00-16:40

Course Syllabus

This seminar examines the nature of political parties and political competition across democracies in the developed and developing worlds. Issues analyzed include the formation of different types of parties, their role in agenda-setting, policy-making and representation, and their transformation in the post-World War II era.

Bonnie M. Meguid
Fall 2011 ("W" Optional) — W 14:00-16:40

Course Syllabus

This seminar examines the nature of political parties and political competition across democracies in the developed and developing worlds. Issues analyzed include the formation of different types of parties, their role in agenda-setting, policy-making and representation, and their transformation in the post-World War II era.

Bonnie M. Meguid
Spring 2011 ("W" Optional) — W 14:00-16:40

Course Syllabus

This seminar examines the nature of political parties and political competition across democracies in the developed and developing worlds. Issues analyzed include the formation of different types of parties, their role in agenda-setting, policy-making and representation, and their transformation in the post-World War II era.

Bonnie M. Meguid
Fall 2007

Course Syllabus

This seminar examines the nature of political parties and political competition across democracies in the developed and developing worlds. Issues analyzed include the formation of different types of parties, their role in agenda-setting, policy-making and representation, and their transformation in the post-World War II era.