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‘This book provides a fresh and stimulating approach to causal analysis in the social sciences. International experts provide not just the philosophical arguments for a case-based approach to research but also detailed chapters on: ‘why-to’, ‘when-to’ and ‘how-to’. Traditional distinctions between qualitative and quantitative are rejected in favour of a case-based approach which is applicable across the social sciences and beyond’ - Professor Angela Dale, The University of Manchester

24. The Proper Relationship of Comparative-Historical Analysis to Statistical Analysis: Subordination, Integration, or Separation?
24. The proper relationship of comparative-historical analysis to statistical analysis: Subordination, integration, or separation?
JamesMahoneyP. LarkinTerrie

‘Comparative-historical analysis has claimed its proud place as one of the most fruitful approaches in modern social science,’ declares Theda Skocpol (2003, p. 424). It ...

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