Historical institutionalism: beyond Pierson and Skocpol
Conclusion: This paper has had three main aims. First, we have argued that Pierson and Skocpols representation of historical institutionalism is problematic because it makes far too many concessions to rational choice theory and presents a bland account of the strengths of historical institutionalism. Second, we presented an analysis of the historical institutionalist position to show that it is diverse, with people operating with quite different views as to the content, purpose and role of...[Show more]
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