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Department
Political Science
Course
PO110
Professor
Christopher Anderson
Semester
Fall

Description
Political Regime/Regime Change Political Regime: The whole decision-making apparatus of the state; the constitutional principles and arrangements according to which government decisions are made; the fundamental rules of the game. Regime is applied to the comparative study of different social formations. It is an “organized governance experience,” a “form of rule,” etc. It contains four spheres: state, society, market, and global insertion. Attributes of one regime type are often found in another. Democratic aspects of authoritarian regimes, for example, should not be ignored. It is helpful to think of concrete regimes as composites or hybrids, both unique and comparable. As the processes of globalization accelerate, variations in contemporary political regimes are both expanding and contracting. We should expect regime diversity and more regime composites. State: controls/ institutions (liberal dem) Marke
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