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The State in Comparative Politics

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David Faris

on 4 September 2014

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Transcript of The State in Comparative Politics

government
regime
state
leaders,
parties,
institutions,
rules
structures
Question: Has globalization
undermined the power of the state?

Public goods
If any person in a group consumes the
good, "it cannot be feasibly withheld from other
members of that group." -Mancur Olson,
"The Logic of Collective Action
Examples of public goods
health care
public schools
clean water
defense
Roads
libraries
Regime Types
Democratic regimes
Authoritarian regimes
Totalitarian regimes
Strong and Weak States
Not a measure
of the
state's involvement
in the economy
capacity
of the state to keep order, provide
public goods and implement policy
legitimacy
of state institutions
Failed states:
Where public order collapses
and central state institutions (i.e. police,
military, bureaucracy, schools) "melt away"
What does the state do?
Ability of state to
maintain integrity
of borders
The State in
Comparative
Politics

Hybrid regimes
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