Political Science : State-society relations in the developing world through historical, comparative, and analytical perspectives, focusing on: (1) theories and concepts of the state; (2) state capacity and incapacity; (3) state formation.
Terms: Winter 2013
Instructors: Juan Wang (Winter)
Prerequisite: At least one upper-level course in the politics of developing areas.
Restriction: Open to graduate students, final year honours students, and other advanced undergraduates with permission of instructor; (Note: The field is Comparative Politics in Developing Areas).