Europeiska unionen: Politik och styrning
Why are representational guarantees adopted for women and minorities. Comparing Constituency Formation and Electoral Quota Design Within Countries
Present without presence? Gender, quotas and debate recognition in the ugandan parliament
Turning points and the ‘everyday’: Exploring Agency and Violence in Intimate Relationships
The Ascendancy of the Khap Panchayats in Contemporary India: Gender, Caste, Globalisation and Violence
Gender and the ‘integrationist turn’ - Comparative perspectives on marriage migration in the UK and Sweden
Georgia between Dominant-Power Politics, Feckless Pluralism, and Democracy
Leadership and International Cooperation
The Russian Radical Right Movement and Immigration Policy: Do They Just Make Noise or Have an Impact as Well?
The Right to have Rights: Democratic, not Political
Changing the Game: Addiopizzo's Mobilisation against Racketeering in Palermo
Akademisk, politisk och ekonomisk liberalism
The Public Policy Dimension of Resilience in Natural Disaster Management: Sweden’s Gudrun and Per Storms
The Psychological Dangers of Positive Liberty: Reconstructing a Neglected Undercurrent in Isaiah Berlin's “Two Concepts of Liberty”
Comparing Constitutional Change in European Union Member States: In Search of a Theory
The Politics of Democratic Knowledge
400 years of experience
Johan Skytte Prize Winner 2014 is professor David Collier, University of California, Berkeley.
David Collier is the 2014 recipient of the Johan Skytte Prize in political science. He receives the prized for “his contribution to the conceptual development and the re-thinking of qualitative methods in political science”. The Johan Skytte Prize in political science is awarded by the Skytte foundation. David Collier´s thorough empirical research on Latinamerican political pathways, his theoretical development of theories on critical junctures and legacies, in combination with his energetic re-thinking of the position of qualitative methods in the discipline, makes him a political scientist of great importance to contemporary political science.
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