Comparative Politics is an international journal presenting scholarly articles devoted to the comparative analysis of political institutions and processes.
Comparative Politics communicates new ideas and research findings to social scientists, scholars, students, and public and NGO officials. The journal is indispensable to experts in universities, research organizations, foundations, embassies, and policymaking agencies throughout the world.
Comparative Politics is sponsored, edited, and published by the Ph.D. Program in Political Science of the City University of New York. Opinions, findings, or conclusions expressed in the journal are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors or the City University of New York.
Comparative Politics is published quarterly in January, April, July, and October, in print and online.
Comparative Politics is a member of the JSTOR journal archive and is available in the JSTOR Arts and Sciences II Collection.
Articles in Comparative Politics are abstracted and/or indexed in CSA Political Science and Government: A Guide to Periodical Literature, Worldwide Political Science Abstracts at www.csa.com/political, International Political Science Abstracts, Social Sciences Index/Abstracts, Current Contents Social & Behavioral Sciences, ISI Basic Social Sciences Index, Social Sciences Citation Index, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, Historical Abstracts and/or America: History and Life, United States Political Science Documents, and PAIS Bulletin. Comparative Politics is available on microfilm from National Archive Publishing Company.
Comparative Politics Editors.
Comparative Politics Advisory Board.
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