A New Handbook of Political Science

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Name Index
Aaron, A. J.583, 611
Abelson, R.P.779, 794-5
Aberbach, J. D.637
Abraham, H.J.195 n.
Abramowitz, A. J.243
Abrams, P.328
Abramson, P.R.264, 342, 344 n., 389
Achen, C. H.37, 42, 717, 719-20, 731, 745, 788
Ackerman, B.482, 508
Adams, C.74 n.
Adler, M.632
Adorno, T.84
Agh, A.553
Aghion, P.668 n.
Ahmed, B.73 n.
Akerlof, G.681
Alber, J.596
Alchian, A.650
Aldrich, J. H.226, 774
Alesina, A.11-12, 18, 86, 645-70, 697, 699 n., 703-4, 706-8, 710-11
Alexander of Macedon54, 56
Alker, H. R.7, 22 n., 22, 448, 787-97
Allan, P.412
Allan, T. R.S.195 n.
Allardt, E.101 n., 112
Allen, A.488
Allende, S.232
Allison, G.T.16, 19, 568, 569 n., 569, 629
Almond, G.A.7 n., 10 n., 10, 13 n., 15, 24, 31-2, 36, 39-40, 50-89, 104, 122, 125, 137, 210, 300, 310, 312-18, 314 n., 317 n., 336, 338 & n., 341, 375 n., 381, 385, 632, 691, 765
Alt, J.E.11-12, 18, 73 n., 86, 229, 645-70, 703-4, 706-8, 710
Althusser, L.384, 504
Alvarez, L.465
Alvarez, S.E.582
Alvarez, W.465
Amenta, E.753
Ames, B.183 n.
Amin 384
Anckar, D.99
Anderson, B.381
Anderson, J.303
Anderson, J. E.554 & n., 555 n.
Anderson, P.381, 385
Andrain, C.A.390
Andrén, G.137
Andrews, W.G.101 n.
Ansolabehere, S.258
Anson, P.H.376
Apter, D. E.21, 102, 116, 372-92
Aquinas, T.57-9
Aranson, P.697
Arato, A.494, 522
Arendt, H.336, 378, 479-80, 504-4, 508, 538, 796
Aristotle51, 53-9, 102, 104, 136, 309 & n., 364, 370, 375 n., 538, 787, 790-2, 795-6
Armstrong, S.200 n.
Arndt, H.W.703
Aron, R.105, 113, 336
Arrow, K.J.85 & n., 114, 143, 210, 533-4, 646, 679, 706
Arseneau, R. B.243
Arthur, J.482
Arthur, W. B.723, 725
Ashford, D. E.211, 390
Ashley, R. K.413, 422-3, 431
Asquith, S.632
Atkinson, A. B.702-11
Aubert, W.101 n.
Auden, W. H.578
Austen-Smith, D.182, 656
Axelrod, R.16, 19, 158, 430-2, 441 n., 470, 532-3, 680, 795
Bacchi, C.489
Bachofen 106
Bachrach, P.8, 535, 554 n.
Badie, B.373, 390
Bailey, E. E.630
Bailey, S. K.206
Bailyn, B.200
Bairoch, P.123

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