2006 - Mattei Dogan Prize from International Political Science Association
Guillermo O'Donnell spends much of his time researching Political economy, Authoritarianism, Democracy, Politics and Democratization. His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Development economics and Economic system. His study in Democracy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Private law, Municipal law, State and Law and economics.
His State study results in a more complete grasp of Law. His Democratization study incorporates themes from Government and Latin Americans. His Latin Americans research includes elements of Citizenship and Delegative democracy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Democracy, Political economy, Authoritarianism, Latin Americans and Democratization. His Democracy research includes themes of Agency, State and Law and economics. His work carried out in the field of Political economy brings together such families of science as Social science, Democratic consolidation, Development economics and Bureaucracy.
The concepts of his Authoritarianism study are interwoven with issues in Economic system and International studies. His Latin Americans research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Expression and Public administration. His Democratization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Government, Civil society and Economic history.
His primary scientific interests are in Political economy, Democracy, Authoritarianism, State and Social science. His Political economy study combines topics in areas such as Latin Americans, Development economics and Bureaucracy. His study in the field of Latin American studies also crosses realms of Transition.
Guillermo O'Donnell specializes in Democracy, namely Democratization. His Authoritarianism study incorporates themes from Ethnocentrism, International studies, Teleology, Dissenting opinion and Skepticism. His State research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Epistemology and Gender studies.
His primary areas of study are Political economy, Authoritarianism, Politics, Democracy and Social science. His studies in Authoritarianism integrate themes in fields like Government and Latin Americans. His research in Politics is mostly focused on Democratization.
His Democratization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Economic history and Structural functionalism. Guillermo O'Donnell has researched Democracy in several fields, including Agency, State and Public administration. His Social science research incorporates elements of Comparative politics, Corporatism and Capitalism.
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Shaping the Political Arena
Ruth Berins Collier;David Collier;Guillermo O'Donnell.
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