PS357 - Comparative Political Economy 790:357 Spring 2009...

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Comparative Political Economy 790:357 Robert Kaufman Spring 2009 [email protected] Office Hours: Monday 200-3:45 Books required for purchase Herbert Kitschelt, Peter Lange, Gary Marks, and John D. Stephens, eds., Continuity and Change in Contemporary Capitalism Carol Wise and Riordan Roett, eds., Post-Stabilization Policies in Latin America: Competition, Transition, Collapse. Brookings Institution Press 2003. Reading on line Timothy Frye, Oligarchs and Markets (manuscript, download from course page) Objectives of the course This course deals with different types of capitalist economies, the way they interact with political processes, and the ways they are affected by the globalization of trade and capital markets. The first part of the course deals with differences in the politics and economy of Europe, Japan, and the United States. The second part of the course focuses on the way new democratic governments in Latin America have dealt with the political challenges of market reform. The
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