Handbook of Legislative Research
The Handbook of Legislative Research, a comprehensive summary of the results of research on nineteenth and twentieth-century legislatures, is itself a landmark in the evolution of legislative studies. Gathered here are surveys by leading scholars in the field, each providing inventory of an important subfield, an extensive bibliography, and a systematic assessment of what has been accomplished and what directions future research must take.
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Legislative Recruitment and Legislative Careers
Legislative Elections and Electoral Responsiveness
Legislators and Constituents in
Party and Factions Within Legislatures
Standing Committees in Legislatures
Legislative Committees Executive Agencies
Legislative Influence on Policy and Budgets
Formal Models of Legislative Processes
Historical Research on 19th Century Legislatures
The Functions of Legislatures in the Third World
Voting Behavior in Legislatures
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