Skip to main content

Course List

PSC 558 Comparative Parties and Elections

Display Tracks: New or Old
  • Spring 2019
    Bonnie M. Meguid
    Spring 2019 — T 12:30 - 15:15
    Course Syllabus

    How and why do political parties emerge? What are the causes and consequences of adopting different electoral rules? Under what conditions do voters behave strategically? This course examines the growing literature on parties, electoral systems, and voting in comparative politics. We consider multiple methodological approaches to these questions and explore the dynamics of voting, elections, and party competition in a range of empirical contexts.

  • Spring 2017
    Bonnie M. Meguid
    Spring 2017 — T 12:30 - 15:15
    Course Syllabus

    How and why do political parties emerge? What are the causes and consequences of adopting different electoral rules? Under what conditions do voters behave strategically? This course examines the growing literature on parties, electoral systems, and voting in comparative politics. We consider multiple methodological approaches to these questions and explore the dynamics of voting, elections, and party competition in a range of empirical contexts.

  • Spring 2015
    Bonnie M. Meguid
    Spring 2015 — T 12:30 - 15:15
    Course Syllabus

    How and why do political parties emerge? What are the causes and consequences of adopting different electoral rules? Under what conditions do voters behave strategically? This course examines the growing literature on parties, electoral systems, and voting in comparative politics. We consider multiple methodological approaches to these questions and explore the dynamics of voting, elections, and party competition in a range of empirical contexts.

  • Fall 2012
    Bonnie M. Meguid
    Fall 2012 — T 14:00 - 16:40
    Course Syllabus

    How and why do political parties emerge? What are the causes and consequences of adopting different electoral rules? Under what conditions do voters behave strategically? This course examines the growing literature on parties, electoral systems, and voting in comparative politics. We consider multiple methodological approaches to these questions and explore the dynamics of voting, elections, and party competition in a range of empirical contexts.

  • Spring 2010
    Bonnie M. Meguid
    Spring 2010 — M 14:00 - 16:40
    Course Syllabus

    How and why do political parties emerge? What are the causes and consequences of adopting different electoral rules? Under what conditions do voters behave strategically? This course examines the growing literature on parties, electoral systems, and voting in comparative politics. We consider multiple methodological approaches to these questions and explore the dynamics of voting, elections, and party competition in a range of empirical contexts.

  • Spring 2008

    How and why do political parties emerge? What are the causes and consequences of adopting different electoral rules? Under what conditions do voters behave strategically? This course examines the growing literature on parties, electoral systems, and voting in comparative politics. We consider multiple methodological approaches to these questions and explore the dynamics of voting, elections, and party competition in a range of empirical contexts.