An academic study concerned with the relative similarities and differences of what takes place within a state, society, country, or political system. As a method of study it involves comparative analysis of political institutions and behavior.
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Comparative Politics and Foreign Governments.
Maintained by Emory University, Georgia. Includes description of the field, references and data resources.
Comparative Politics Resource Center
Designed to be used as a companion to textbooks. Included are case studies and info-trac reader subscription service.
The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems
Collaborative program of cross-national research among election study teams from around the world. Shown are project profile, download data, resources and bibliography.
Election Resources on the Internet
Links to Internet sites around the world which provide complete and detailed national and local election statistics.
Global City Regions
Comparative research project on the transformation of governance under the dynamics of globalization, focusing on global city regions.
Wikipedia: Comparative Politics
Includes definition, links and comparative strategies.
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