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Duke's Ruth Grant outlines a key problem with incentives
Dr. Ruth Grant, professor of political science and philosophy at Duke University, discusses a key problem with incentives. Grant offered these comments durin...
Anthony Giddens on The Politics of Climate Change
About this Event 23 Feb 2010 @ 12:45 The Politics of Climate Change About the speech: Lord Anthony Giddens will present his recently published book, The Poli...
Our Founding Fathers & The Separation of Church and State - Dr. Vincent Phillip Muñoz
Vincent Phillip Muñoz is the Tocqueville Associate Professor of Religion and Public Life in the Department of Political Science and Concurrent Associate Prof...
Democracy 101: Election Fraud
Coercion, manipulation, ballot stuffing—how do we know when election fraud affects political outcomes? As part of our series profiling issues that affect Ame...
Course Outline Introduction to Canadian Politics - POLI 204/SCPA 204
http://econcordia.com/home/courses.aspx?section=credit&courseInstance=2053 This course is a basic introduction to the fundamental issues of Canadian public l...
Hegemony in International Political Economy
A discussion of Hegemony in International Political Economy for the online journal Bridges: Conversations in Global Politics. The discussion outlines the cha...
Conversations - Patrick Dunleavy, Professor of Political Science and Public Policy
In this conversation Professor Dunleavy discusses the backlash against states following the global financial crisis. Yet, despite the rolling back of unsusta...
Should You Be Forced to Vote?
To increase voter turnout, some countries require citizens to vote or face a penalty. Prof. Jason Brennan outlines several reasons the United States should n...
How Do Republicans Win Public Approval?
New York University political-science professor Patrick Egan outlines the challenges Mitt Romney faces in winning over public opinion during the convention a...
24. Democratic Justice: Theory
Moral Foundations of Politics (PLSC 118) Professor Shapiro takes up again Schumpeter's minimalist conception of democracy. When operationalized as a two turn...
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