Institutionalism II

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Edited by: B. Guy Peters & Jon Pierre

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    • Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd |
    • Publication Year: 2012 |
    • Online Publication Date: April 03, 2013 |
    • DOI: 10.4135/9781446262047 |
    • Print ISBN: 9780857029867 |
    • Online ISBN: 9781446262047 |
    • Series: SAGE Library of Political Science |
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Abstract

Institutionalism (published in 2007) captured a good deal of the literature at the time it was published; however, there have beennumerous excellent contributions to the literature since that time. These newer contributions merit another readily-available collection, along with some commentary on their contributions and their linkages to the earlier literature on institutionalism. This latest offering also examines some of the avenues left unexplored the first time around.

This second collection comprises three volumes.

Volume One: Developing Institutional Theory collects together papers representing developments in the various approaches to institutionalism contained in the first series of volumes.

Volume Two: New Research Agendas addresses new recent strands of development in institutional namely Discursive Institutionalism, Institutionalization and Micro-foundations of Institutional Behaviour.

Volume Three: Applying Institutional Theory looks at the empirical applications of ...

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  • Introduction

    A compilation of volume Introductions.

    Introduction to Volume I: Developing Institutional Theory
    B.GuyPeters and JonPierre

    The first series of four volumes of basic articles in institutional theory contained a number of the most important literature in institutional theory, and provided commentaries on these articles and attempted to impose some intellectual order on this broad array of theoretical and analytical literature. This first set of books has been and remains an important asset to students of this approach to political science, especially those attempting to gain some mastery within a limited time.

    Although the first four volumes captured a good deal of the literature at the time they were published, there have, however, been several contributions to the literature since that time. These newer contributions to the literature appear ...

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