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Andrew GouldAndrew Gould

Associate Professor of Political Science
(PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 1992)
219 Hesburgh Center

Geographic focus: Europe; cross-regional

Thematic interests: Comparative politics; research methods in comparative politics; political development; religion and politics; political economy.

Current research: How political institutions influence decision making; politics of fiscal policy.

Selected publications:

  • Coauthor, “Democracy and Taxation,” Annual Review of Political Science (2002)

  • “Party Size and Policy Outcomes: An Empirical Analysis of Taxation in Democracies,” Studies in Comparative International Development (summer 2001)

  • “German Politics and Political Development,” in J. Kopstein and M. Lichbach, eds., Comparative Politics: Interests, Identities, and Institutions in a Changing Global Order (2000)

  • Origins of Liberal Dominance: State, Church and Party in Nineteenth Century Europe (1999)

  • “Conflicting Imperatives and Concept Formation,” Review of Politics (Summer 1999)




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