POLS 689: Comparative Political Institutions
This course examines the origin and consequences of institutions. The topics include patterns of political institutions under democratic and authoritarian regimes, and the consequences of institutions on parties and elections, civil conflict, human rights, corruption, economic development, environment, and policy outcomes. This course also applies rational choice theories and analyzes how institutions are created and how they shape individual behavior and group outcomes.
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Term: This is a Full Semester course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course OR one course each in Winter/Spring I and Winter/Spring II.
Prerequisite(s): Qualified to teach content area
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