Institutionalism

Bell, Stephen (2002). Institutionalism. In John Summers (Ed.), Government, Politics, Power And Policy In Australia 7th ed. (pp. 363-380) NSW Australia: Pearson Education Australia.

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Author Bell, Stephen
Title of chapter Institutionalism
Title of book Government, Politics, Power And Policy In Australia
Place of Publication NSW Australia
Publisher Pearson Education Australia
Publication Year 2002
Edition 7th
ISBN 073399900X
Editor John Summers
Start page 363
End page 380
Total pages 18
Total chapters 26
Collection year 2002
Language eng
Subjects 360000 Policy and Political Science
360101 Australian Government and Politics
780106 Political science and public policy
B1
Abstract/Summary This chapter is about how and why institutions matter in political life. More specifically, it is about how the behaviour of political actors is shaped and conditioned by the institutional contexts in which they operate. This perspective and question define the central concerns of the so-called 'new institutionalism' in political analysis.
Keyword institutions
power
politics
Q-Index Code B1

 
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