CouRSe books

FALL 2016 | SPRING 2017

Politics Course Books

Table of Contents

Introduction to Politics 1

Theory and Methods 3

Global Studies 4

International Relations 8

Comparative Politics 10

Latin American Studies

North American Studies

US Politics 15

Environmental Studies 16

Business and Economics 20

Urban Studies 24

Index 25

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Introduction to Politics


Kickstarting Your Academic Career:

Skills to Succeed in the Social Sciences

Robert L. Ostergard and Stacy Fisher

(both at University of Nevada, Reno)

Spring 2017 / 5.5 x 8.5 / paper / 160 pp / 978-1-4426-3561-6

US & CDN $16.95

Available as an ebook

Kickstarting Your Academic Career is an indispensable primer

on the common scholastic challenges faced by first-year social

sciences students upon entering college or university. Focusing

on the challenges that instructors most often find students need

help with, the authors offer practical advice and tips on such

topics as communicating with instructors, note taking, how to read a textbook, writing exams,

and researching and writing papers. The succinct writing and clear organization make this an

essential reference for first-year students.



Why Am I Here? From High School to College

or University

How to Use This Book: For Students

How to Use This Book: For Professors

Chapter 1: Where to Start? The Basics of the Classroom

The Syllabus: The Rules of the Game

Professional Etiquette with your Professor

and Teaching Assistants

Course Information in the Syllabus

Large Class Dynamics

Strengths and Weaknesses of Large Classes

What to Expect

Large Lecture Hall Etiquette

Professors, Assistants, and the Large Lectures

Students and the Large Lecture Hall

Smaller Classes and Tutorial Sections, or Labs

What to Expect in a Small Class

Course Discussions and Participation

Guidelines for Good Discussion

Revisiting the Lecture

Chapter 2: So You Thought You Knew How to Read and

Write? Readings and Notes for Class


How Often to Read

How to Read and Take Notes from a Textbook

Steps to Studying a Textbook

Supplemental Texts and Journal Articles

Note Taking in Classes

Preparing to Take Notes

What Am I Supposed to Write Down?

How Am I Supposed to Write it Down?

Chapter 3: On the Midterm Grind

The Professor Gave You a Study Guide—Lucky You!

Or Not…

Types of Exams and Strategies for Each

Multiple Guess (Choice) Exams—Being Better

than Chance

Identification and Short Answers

Essays: The Demon Spawn Rears Its Ugly Head

Getting Your Grade

Taking Charge of Your Education

Chapter 4: Finding Your Curiosity and Research Zen:

Skills and the Projects that Build Them

Class Projects: Their Purposes and Some Helpful


Research Projects

Summaries, Critiques, and Literature Reviews

Group Projects

Making Group Projects Less Painful

Simulations and Virtual Experiences


Content-Driven Elements

Aesthetic-Driven Elements

Oral Presentations

Types of Oral Presentations

Organizing and Preparing Your Speech

Include All Speech Parts

Delivering Your Presentation

(Without Throwing Up)

Using Visual Aids in Presentations

Websites Mentioned

Chapter 5: Can You Google That?

Where to Find Information

Finding Data

How to (and Not to) Find Information

Can You Google That?

How Authoritative Are Your Sources?

What to Do With Your Information:

Writing, Organizing, and Common Mistakes

Multitasking: Something We Are Horrible

at Doing

Extracting Information

Bibliographic Software

Suggestions for Avoiding Plagiarism

Outlining a Plan for Your Writing

Writing Your Project

Editing Your Project

Research and Crunch Time

Websites Mentioned

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Introduction to Politics

Politics: An Introduction to the

Modern Democratic State, Fourth

Canadian Edition

Larry Johnston

2012 / 8 x 9 / paper / 416 pp / 978-1-4426-0533-6

US & CDN $77.95

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Politics offers a comprehensive and comparative approach to

the essential components of democratic politics in today’s

states. It begins by addressing ways of thinking about

politics, community, and society, offering broad outlines of

political theory in a historical context. It then provides a comparative framework for understanding

basic democratic systems. With a student-friendly design, Politics is an accessible introduction to

contemporary democratic politics that offers a solid foundation in the discipline.


Visit www.johnstonpolitics.com for free chapter-by-chapter student resources, including:

Chapter summaries

Self-study questions

Case studies

Key terms

References and further reading


Online test bank

Downloadable figures and images

The Democratic Imagination: Envisioning

Popular Power in the Twenty-First Century

James Cairns (Wilfrid Laurier University)

and Alan Sears (Ryerson University)

2012 / 6 x 9 / paper / 224 pp / 978-1-4426-0528-2

US & CDN $26.95

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Democracy is very much an open question in the early twenty-first

century. While voter participation declines in many traditional

democracies, new movements for democracy are emerging around

the world. This book brings the question of democracy out of the

halls of political power and home to our daily lives, pitting “official democracy” and “democracy

from below” against one another in a lively debate.


Visit www.democraticimagination.com for extra resources, including:

Course planning suggestions

Classroom activities

Author essays

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Theory and Methods

A Good Book, In Theory:

Making Sense Through Inquiry,

Third Edition

Alan Sears (Ryerson University) and

James Cairns (Wilfrid Laurier University)

2015 / 5.5 x 8.5 / paper / 240 pp / 978-1-4426-0077-5

US & CDN $26.95

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This highly original and compelling book offers an introduction to

the art and science of social inquiry, including the theoretical and

methodological frameworks that support that inquiry. The new

edition offers coverage of post-modernism and Indigenous ways of knowing, as well as a discussion

of the research process and how to communicate arguments effectively. The result is a book that

blends the best of earlier editions with updates that provide a strong foundation in critical thinking,

rooted in the social sciences but relevant across disciplines.

The Joy of Stats: A Short Guide to

Introductory Statistics in the Social

Sciences, Second Edition

Roberta Garner (DePaul University)

2010 / 7 x 9 / paper / 352 pp / 978-1-4426-0188-8

US & CDN $52.95

Available as an ebook

As a stand-alone text, a self-study manual, or a supplement to

a lab manual or comprehensive text, The Joy of Stats is a

unique and versatile resource. A “Math Refresher” section and

self-assessment test offer a concise review of the needed math background, while a “How To”

section provides short, handy summaries of data analysis techniques and explains when to apply

them. Each chapter offers key terms, numerous examples, practice exercises and answers, and

verbal algorithms as well as formulas.


Visit www.garnerjoyofstats.com for free student resources, including:

Student exercises and handouts

Data sets


Sample syllabi

PowerPoint lessons

Lab guides

Tests and quizzes

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Global Studies


Arab Dawn: Arab Youth and the

Demographic Dividend They Will Bring

Bessma Momani (University of Waterloo)

2015 / 6 x 9 / paper / 176 pp / 978-1-4426-2856-4

US & CDN $21.95

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Today, one in five Arabs is between the ages of fifteen and twenty-four. Young, optimistic, and

increasingly cosmopolitan, their generation will shape the region’s future. Drawing on interviews,

surveys, and other research conducted with young people in fifteen countries across the Arab

world, Momani describes the passion for entrepreneurship, reform, and equality among Arab

youth. With insightful political analysis based on the latest statistics and first-hand accounts,

Arab Dawn is an invigorating study of the Arab world and the transformative power of youth.

Global Issues:

A Cross-Cultural Perspective

Shirley A. Fedorak

2013 / 7.5 x 9.25 / paper / 256 pp / 978-1-4426-0596-1

US & CDN $36.95

Available as an ebook

Global Issues is a pedagogically rich text that offers

a unique way of looking at contemporary issues, such as

food security and global conflict, from a cross-cultural and

multidisciplinary perspective. By exploring each issue in

depth, students gain an applied understanding of more abstract concepts like conflict,

globalization, culture, imperialism, human rights, and gender, while the cross-cultural approach

encourages students to view the world from outside the Western box.

Designed for introductory-level students in global and international studies, human geography,

politics, and development studies, this highly accessible text offers instructors and students a

unique way of matching the concepts they learn in the classroom with important issues in the

world in which they live and work.

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Global Studies


Female Suicide Bombings:

A Critical Gender Approach

Tanya Narozhna (University of Winnipeg) and W. Andy Knight

(University of Alberta)

Fall 2016 / 6 x 9 / paper / 280 pp / 978-1-4875-2004-5

US & CDN $29.95

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Due to its prominence in media reporting, the phrase “female suicide

bomber” has become loaded with gendered notions and assumptions

that elicit preconditioned responses in the West. Drawing on a combination of feminist and

post-colonial approaches as well as terrorism studies literature, Female Suicide Bombings seeks to

enhance student understanding of how gender, power, and academic practices influence our

perceptions of female suicide bombings.


Freedom from Fear, Freedom from Want:

An Introduction to Human Security

Robert J. Hanlon and Kenneth Christie (both at Royal Roads University)

2016 / 6 x 9 / paper / 288 pp / 978-1-4426-0957-0

US & CDN $32.95

Available as an ebook

Adopting an interdisciplinary perspective, Freedom from Fear,

Freedom from Want is a brief introduction to human security, conflict,

and development. The book analyzes such key human security issues

as climate change, crimes against humanity, humanitarian intervention, international law, poverty,

terrorism, and transnational crime, among others. The authors encourage students to critically

assess emerging threats while evaluating potential mechanisms of deterrence.


After the Paris Attacks: Responses in Canada,

Europe, and around the Globe

Edited by Edward M. Iacobucci and Stephen J. Toope

(both at University of Toronto)

2015 / 6 x 9 / paper / 256 pp / 978-1-4426-3001-7

US & CDN $32.95

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The violent attacks on journalists at Charlie Hebdo and shoppers in a

Jewish supermarket in Paris in January 2015 left seventeen dead and

shocked the world. After the Paris Attacks brings together leading scholars and journalists to

respond to this tragedy and to debate how we can reach a safer and saner future while balancing

security, justice, and tolerance.

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Global Studies


Human Rights: Current Issues

and Controversies

Edited by Gordon DiGiacomo

(University of Ottawa)

2016 / 6 x 9 / paper / 560 pp / 978-1-4426-0953-2

US & CDN $59.95

Available as an ebook

“As a long time researcher and teacher in the area of human rights,

I encourage all to closely examine Human Rights: Current Issues

and Controversies.”

– Paul Brienza, York University

Written largely by Canadian scholars for Canadian students, this overview of contemporary human

rights concerns introduces the human rights instruments—provincial, national, and international—

that protect Canadians. The volume begins with an overview of the history of human rights before

moving on to discuss such important topics as the relationship between political institutions and

rights protection, rights issues pertaining to specific communities, and cross-cutting rights issues

that affect most or all citizens.


1. The Evolution of Human Rights Protection in Canada, Brooke Jeffrey

2. The Genesis and Evolution of the Post-War Human Rights Project, Roland Burke and James Kirby

3. Political Institutions and the Protection of Human Rights, Gordon DiGiacomo

4. Federalism and Rights: The Case of the United States with Comparative Perspectives, John Kincaid

5. Human Rights NGOs, David Zarnett

6. Temporary Migrant Workers in Canada: Protecting and Extending Labour Rights, Tanya Basok

7. Children’s Rights: Their Role, Significance, and Potential, Tara Collins and Christine Gervais

8. Age, Age Discrimination, and Ageism, Thomas Klassen

9. Aboriginal Rights: The Right to Self-Government v. The Right to Self-Determination,

Gordon DiGiacomo and Tracie Scott

10. DisAbling Human Rights? Moving from Rights into Access and Inclusion in Daily Life, Deborah Stienstra

11. The Politics of Women’s Rights, Caroline Andrew

12. “All Manner of Wickedness Abounds”: Reconciling Queer Rights and Religious Rights, Karen Busby

13. The Arab Spring and Human Rights: Discarding the Old Clichés, Mahmood Monshipouri and Kelley O’Dell

14. Freedom of Religion: A Change in Perspective? Melanie Adrian

15. Whither Economic and Social Rights? Assessing the Position of Economic and Social Rights in the Neoliberal,

Post-Crisis Context, Susan Kang and Jennifer Rutledge

16. Business and Human Rights: Challenges in Accessing Remedy and Justice, Sara Seck and Kirsten Stefanik

17. Human Rights and Climate Change, Sam Adelman

18. Human Rights and Security: Reflections on an Integral Relation, Trevor Purvis

19. Now You See Me: Privacy, Technology, and Autonomy in the Digital Age, Valerie Steeves

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Global Studies


Politicized Microfinance: Money, Power, and Violence

in the Black Americas

Caroline Shenaz Hossein (York University)

2016 / 6 x 9 / paper / 240 pp / 978-1-4426-1624-0

US & CDN $29.95

Available as an ebook

Politicized Microfinance explores the politics, histories, and social

prejudices that have shaped the legacy of microbanking in Grenada,

Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, and Trinidad. Writing from a feminist

perspective and arguing for microfinance to return to its origins as a political tool, Hossein utilizes

original qualitative data to offer multiple solutions that prioritize the needs of marginalized and

historically oppressed people of African descent.

The Politics of Energy Dependency: Ukraine, Belarus,

and Lithuania between Domestic Oligarchs and

Russian Pressure

Margarita M. Balmaceda (Seton Hall University)

2015 / 6 x 9 / paper / 464 pp / 978-1-4875-2022-9

US & CDN $39.95

Available as an ebook

Energy has been an important element in Moscow’s quest to exert

power and influence in its surrounding areas. The Politics of Energy

Dependency explores why Ukraine, Belarus, and Lithuania have been

unable to move towards energy diversification. Through extensive

field research using previously untapped local-language sources, the author reveals a complex

picture of local elites dealing with the complications of energy dependency and, in the process,

affecting the energy security of Europe as a whole.

Innovating for the Global South:

Towards an Inclusive Innovation Agenda

Edited by Dilip Soman, Janice Gross Stein, and Joseph Wong

(all at University of Toronto)

2014 / 6 x 9 / paper / 192 pp / 978-1-4426-1462-8

US & CDN $22.95

Available as an ebook

Experts from the fields of engineering, medicine, management, and

global public policy come together in this collection to work on

problems such as generating solar energy to run essential medical

equipment in rural areas, adapting information technologies to

provide real-time agricultural market prices in remote farming villages, and reinventing a low-cost

toilet that operates beyond the water and electricity grids.

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International Relations

Global Horizons: An Introduction

to International Relations

Hendrik Spruyt (Northwestern University)

2009 / 6 x 9 / paper / 272 pp / 978-1-4426-0092-8

US & CDN $39.95

Available as an ebook

Rather than survey a large array of issues and theories, Global

Horizons provides students with particular “tools of the trade” and

different perspectives to understand given empirical puzzles. Each

section of the book discusses key theories, which may be useful in

understanding the issues in question, and then applies them to empirical cases in order to

demonstrate how theory relates to practice.

Civil Wars: Internal Struggles,

Global Consequences

Marie Olson Lounsbery (East Carolina University)

and Frederic Pearson (Wayne State University)

2009 / 6 x 9 / paper / 272 pp / 978-0-8020-9672-2

US & CDN $36.95

Available as an ebook

What motivates individuals to take up arms against their government?

What types of states have historically been more prone to internal

conflicts? In Civil Wars, the authors explore these questions and

present a comprehensive analysis of the causes, consequences, and management potential of civil

wars throughout the world.

Patterns of Conflict, Paths to Peace

Edited by Larry Fisk and John Schellenberg

(both at Mount Saint Vincent University)

2000 / 6 x 9 / paper / 224 pp / 978-1-4426-0022-5

US & CDN $29.95

This book aims to build bridges to peace by spanning the fields of

conflict resolution and traditional peace studies, and by facing the

contending perspectives of academics and practitioners. It serves not

only as a transdisciplinary introduction to the study of peace and

conflict but as an intelligent and sensitive challenge to common

understandings. Positive peace, conflict transformation, contemporary peacekeeping, non-violent

action, peace education, and new peace movements are all covered.

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International Relations

Power, Money, and Trade:

Decisions that Shape Global

Economic Relations

Mark R. Brawley (McGill University)

2005 / 6 x 9 / paper / 480 pp / 978-1-5511-1683-9

US & CDN $49.95

Available as an ebook

Power, Money, and Trade is an introduction to international relations

that presents the theories and paradigms of IR in the contexts of

trade, investment, and monetary relations. It does so largely by

developing historical cases of pivotal events in the evolution of the IPE—including Britain’s repeal

of the Corn Laws, the creation and collapse of the Bretton Woods system, and Germany’s role in

the European Monetary Union—to illustrate the strengths and weaknesses of these theories.

The Politics of Globalization:

Gaining Perspective, Assessing


Mark R. Brawley (McGill University)

2003 / 6 x 9 / paper / 224 pp / 978-1-4426-0020-1

US & CDN $32.95

This book explores the political dimensions of globalization,

considering different definitions of the term as well as several specific

globalizing processes. While much of the emphasis is on political

changes wrought by economic trends such as trade and international capital flows, other forces

such as cultural changes, issues of identity, and so on are also involved.


Sharing the Burden?:

NATO and Its Second-Tier Powers

Benjamin Zyla (University of Ottawa)

2015 / 6 x 9 / paper / 344 pp /

978-1-4426-1559-5 / US & CDN $37.95

Available as an ebook

A World beyond Borders: An

Introduction to the History of

International Organizations

David Mackenzie (Ryerson University)

2010 / 5.5 x 8.5 / paper / 208 pp /

978-1-4426-0182-6 / US & CDN $24.95

Available as an ebook

Relations of Global Power:

Neoliberal Order and Disorder

Edited by Gary Teeple (Simon Fraser University)

and Stephen McBride (McMaster University)

2010 / 6 x 9 / paper / 256 pp /

978-1-4426-0365-3 / US & CDN $42.95

The Art of Negotiation:

A Simulation for Resolving Conflict

in Federal States

Jonathan Rose (Queen’s University), John McLean,

and Alexis Conrad (Queen’s University)

2002 / 8.5 x 11 / paper / 144 pp /

978-1-5511-1481-1 / US & CDN $32.95

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Comparative Politics

Comparing Political Regimes:

A Thematic Introduction to

Comparative Politics,

Third Edition

Alan Siaroff (University of Lethbridge)

2013 / 7.5 x 9.25 / paper / 352 pp / 978-1-4426-0700-2

US & CDN $52.95

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Comparing Political Regimes provides a comprehensive assessment of the world’s political systems

by outlining and contrasting the aspects of four different regime types: liberal democracies,

electoral democracies, semi-liberal autocracies, and closed autocracies. The third edition

incorporates Kosovo and South Sudan and covers the recent regime changes that have occurred

in many countries, including the liberalization (but not yet actual democratization) of the Arab

Spring. Extra material has also been added on demography and political economy, especially with

regards to economic development, and on secession of regions.


Comparative Federalism:

A Systematic Inquiry,

Second Edition

Thomas O. Hueglin (Wilfrid Laurier University)

and Alan Fenna (Curtin University, Perth,

Western Australia)

2015 / 6 x 9 / paper / 408 pp / 978-1-4426-0722-4

US & CDN $42.95

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Comparative Federalism is a uniquely comprehensive, analytic, and genuinely comparative

introduction to the study of principles and practices of federalism. The authors focus on four

models—America, Canada, Germany, and the European Union—but also range widely over other

cases. At the heart of the book is careful analysis of the relationship between constitutional design

and amendment, fiscal relations, institutional structures, intergovernmental relations, and judicial

overview. The second edition has been extensively revised and updated and now includes two new

chapters: “Fiscal Federalism” and “The Limits of Federalism.”

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Comparative Politics

Latin American Studies

Lessons from Latin America:

Innovations in Politics, Culture,

and Development

Felipe Arocena (University of the Republic,

Uruguay) and Kirk Bowman

(Georgia Tech University)

2014 / 6 x 9 / paper / 224 pp / 978-1-4426-0549-7

US & CDN $34.95

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Since the early 1980s, Latin American countries have been innovative in a range of policy and

cultural experiences, including health care, voting, pensions, and multiculturalism. And yet, their

policy innovations are rarely found in textbooks. This book addresses that gap, providing a

fascinating and wide-ranging exploration of both the history of “looking down” at Latin America

and the political, economic, and cultural “lessons” (including successes, failures, and unintended

consequences) that should inform important policy discussions around the world. In accessible

language, the authors provide a very refreshing introduction to Latin American societies.

Latin American Politics:

An Introduction

David Close (Memorial University)

2010 / 6 x 9 / paper / 304 pp / 978-1-4426-0137-6

US & CDN $44.95

Available as an ebook

Highlighting eleven different topics in separate chapters, the thematic approach of Latin American

Politics offers students the conceptual tools they need to analyze the political systems of all Latin

American nations. The author strives to link Latin American phenomena—for example, the dynamics

of democratic breakdowns as well as democratic transitions—to broader conceptual debates in

comparative politics. Such an approach makes the book self-consciously comparative, allowing

students to become stronger analysts of comparative politics and better political scientists in general.

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Comparative Politics

Latin American Studies

Comparative Public Policy in Latin America

Edited by Jordi Díez (University of Guelph)

and Susan Franceschet (University of Calgary)

2012 / 6 x 9 / paper / 328 pp / 978-1-4426-1090-3

US & CDN $34.95

Available as an ebook

This pioneering collection offers a comprehensive investigation into

how to study public policy in Latin America. It offers guidelines for

refining current theories to suit Latin America’s contemporary

institutional and socio-economic realities. The contributors accomplish

this task by identifying the features of the region that shape public policy, including informal norms

and practices, social inequality, and weak institutions.

Consuming Mexican Labor: From the Bracero

Program to NAFTA

Ronald L. Mize (Oregon State University) and Alicia C.S. Swords

(Ithaca College)

2010 / 6 x 9 / paper / 304 pp / 978-1-4426-0157-4

US & CDN $32.95

Available as an ebook

The history of Mexican labor migration suggests that Mexicans have

been actively encouraged to migrate northward when labor markets

are in short supply, only to be turned back during economic

downturns. In this book, Mize and Swords dissect the social relations

that define how corporations, consumers, and states involve Mexican immigrant laborers in the

politics of production and consumption.

The Paradox of Democracy in Latin America: Ten

Country Studies of Division and Resilience

Written and edited by Katherine Isbester

2010 / 6 x 9 / paper / 400 pp / 978-1-4426-0180-2

US & CDN $44.95

Available as an ebook

Inviting in tone and organization but rigorous in its scholarship,

The Paradox of Democracy in Latin America focuses on the problems,

successes, and multiple forms of democracy in Latin America.

The opening chapters provide students with the theoretical and

conceptual background necessary for examining the ten case studies,

which focus on Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Bolivia,

Chile, and Argentina.

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Comparative Politics

North American Studies

Making North America: Trade, Security,

and Integration

James Thompson (Hiram College)

2014 / 6 x 9 / paper / 200 pp / 978-1-4426-1426-0

US & CDN $24.95

Available as an ebook

In Making North America, James Thompson uses the Canada–US

Free Trade Agreement of 1988 and the North American Free Trade

Agreement of 1994 to demonstrate that there has been an often

unrecognized impulse behind the process of North American integration:

national security. Featuring interviews with key decision-makers,

including Brian Mulroney, George H.W. Bush, and Carlos Salinas, it provides a rigorous analysis of

the role national security has played in North American integration.

North America in Question: Regional Integration

in an Era of Economic Turbulence

Edited by Jeffrey Ayres (St. Michael’s College)

and Laura Macdonald (Carleton University)

2012 / 6 x 9 / paper / 416 pp / 978-1-4426-1114-6

US & CDN $36.95

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In North America in Question, leading analysts from Canada, the

United States, and Mexico provide theoretically innovative and rich

empirical reflections on current challenges sweeping the continent.

Their essays address concerns that go beyond NAFTA and economic

issues, including labour, immigration, energy, the environment, quality of citizenship, borders,

women’s and civil society struggles, and democratic deficits.

The Labyrinth of North American Identities

Philip Resnick (University of British Columbia)

2012 / 5.5 x 8.5 / paper / 160 pp / 978-1-4426-0552-7

US & CDN $25.95

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What exactly does it mean to be North American? Europeans have

been engaged in a long-running debate about the meaning and

nature of Europe. The Labyrinth of North American Identities generates

a similar discussion in the context of North America: what do we

learn about North America as a unit and its individual countries when

we explore the idea of a North American identity?

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Comparative Politics

North American Studies


Red, White, and Kind of Blue?:

The Conservatives and the Americanization

of Canadian Constitutional Culture

David Schneiderman (University of Toronto)

2015 / 6 x 9 / paper / 328 pp / 978-1-4426-2948-6

US & CDN $32.95

Available as an ebook

In recent years, Canadian constitutional culture has been moving

increasingly in an American direction. Red, White, and Kind of Blue?

is a comparative legal analysis of this creeping Americanization, as

well as a probing examination of the costs and benefits that come with it. Comparing British,

Canadian, and American constitutional traditions, the author offers a critical perspective on the

Americanization of Canadian constitutional practice.

Canada and the United States:

Differences that Count, Fourth Edition

Edited by David M. Thomas (Vancouver Island University) and

David N. Biette (Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars)

2014 / 6.5 x 9 / paper / 448 pp / 978-1-4426-0908-2

US & CDN $52.95

Available as an ebook

Canada and the United States investigates why and how these two

countries—while so close and seemingly so similar—remain different

in so many ways. The fourth edition takes into consideration major

developments since the third edition, including the economic meltdown of 2008, changing

electoral outcomes, new census data, and new policy directions.


Canadian Studies in the New

Millennium, Second Edition

Edited by Mark Kasoff (Bowling Green State

University) and Patrick James (University of

Southern California)

2013 / 6 x 9 / paper / 440 pp /

978-1-4426-1174-0 / US & CDN $40.95

Available as an ebook

Does North America Exist?:

Governing the Continent after

NAFTA and 9/11

Stephen Clarkson (University of Toronto)

2008 / 6 x 9 / paper / 448 pp /

978-0-8020-9653-1 / US & CDN $33.95

Available as an ebook

Judging Democracy

Christopher P. Manfredi (McGill University) and

Mark Rush (Washington and Lee University)

2008 / 6 x 9 / paper / 160 pp /

978-1-5511-1702-7 / US & CDN $26.95

Available as an ebook

Politics in North America:

Redefining Continental Relations

Edited by Yasmeen Abu-Laban (University of

Alberta), Radha Jhappan (Carleton University),

and François Rocher (University of Ottawa)

2007 / 7 x 9 / paper / 512 pp /

978-1-5511-1642-6 / US & CDN $57.95

Available as an ebook

14 Politics Fall 2016 / Spring 2017

US Politics

Understanding American

Politics, Second Edition

Stephen Brooks (University of Windsor),

Douglas Koopman (Calvin College), and

J. Matthew Wilson (Southern Methodist


2013 / 7.5 x 9.25 / paper / 448 pp / 978-1-4426-0599-2

US & CDN $64.95

Available as an ebook

Maintaining its core thematic focus on the idea of “American exceptionalism,” the second edition

of Understanding American Politics provides a very strong introduction to political institutions

and includes new chapters on public opinion and religion and politics. The entire book has been

revised throughout, taking into account the dramatic changes that have emerged since the 2010

congressional elections and the 2012 presidential election.


1. American Exceptionalism 6. Congress 11. The Politics of Inequality

2. Political Culture 7. The Presidency 12. Parties and Elections

3. Public Opinion 8. The Judiciary 13. Who Rules America?

4. Religion and Politics 9. Civic Participation in America 14. America in the World

5. The Constitution 10. Racial Inequality


Visit www.utpamericanpolitics.com for free chapter-by-chapter student resources, including:

Chapter summaries and learning objectives

Quarterly reports

Annotated web links


PowerPoint lessons

Online test bank

Downloadable figures and tables


Lament for America:

Decline of the Superpower,

Plan for Renewal

Earl H. Fry (Brigham Young University)

2010 / 5.5 x 8.5 / paper / 224 pp /

978-1-4426-0191-8 / US & CDN $25.95

Available as an ebook

As Others See Us: The Causes

and Consequences of Foreign

Perceptions of America

Stephen Brooks (University of Windsor)

2006 / 6 x 9 / paper / 192 pp /

978-1-5511-1688-4 / US & CDN $29.95

Available as an ebook

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Environmental Studies

Understanding Climate

Change: Science, Policy,

and Practice

Sarah L. Burch (University of Waterloo)

and Sara E. Harris (University of British


2014 / 6 x 9 / paper / 328 pp / 978-1-4426-1445-1

US & CDN $39.95

Available as an ebook

“Bridging social and natural science, Understanding Climate Change is

a very accessible and well developed explanation of climate change.

Students without scientific backgrounds will find the approach

refreshing and appealing, yet those with natural science training

will still find it engaging and interesting.”

– Len Broberg, University of Montana

Understanding Climate Change provides students with a concise, accessible, and holistic picture

of the climate change problem, including both the scientific and human dimensions. The authors

explain the basics of the climate system, climate models and prediction, and human and biophysical

impacts, as well as strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, enhancing adaptability, and

enabling climate change governance. They also explore the connections between climate change

and other pressing issues, such as human health, poverty, and other environmental problems.

Examining climate change as both a scientific and a public policy issue, Understanding Climate

Change is an excellent introduction to the topic for undergraduate students.


1. Climate Change in the Public Sphere

2. Basic System Dynamics

3. Climate Controls: Energy from the Sun

4. Climate Controls: Earth’s Reflectivity

5. Climate Controls: The Greenhouse Effect

6. The Core of Climate Change Mitigation: Reducing Greenhouse

Gas Emissions and Transforming the Energy System

7. Climate Models

8. Future Climate: Emissions, Climatic Shifts, and What to Do about Them

9. Impacts of Climate Change on Natural Systems

10. Climate Change Impacts on Human Systems

11. Understanding Climate Change: Pathways Forward

16 Politics Fall 2016 / Spring 2017

Environmental Studies


The “Greening” of Costa Rica: Women, Peasants,

Indigenous Peoples, and the Remaking of Nature

Ana Isla (Brock University)

2015 / 6 x 9 / paper / 224 pp / 978-1-4426-2671-3

US & CDN $27.95

Available as an ebook

The concept of sustainable development has become the basis for

a vast number of “green industries” from eco-tourism to carbon

sequestration. In The “Greening” of Costa Rica, Ana Isla exposes the

results of the economist’s rejection of physical limits to growth, the

biologist’s fetish with such limits, and the indebtedness of peripheral countries. Isla’s case study is

the creation of the Arenal-Tilaran Conservation Area, which has dispossessed and disenfranchised

subsistence farmers, expropriating their land, water, knowledge, and labour.

Environmental Policy in North America:

Capacity, Approaches, and the Management

of Transboundary Issues

Robert G. Healy (Duke University), Debora L. VanNijnatten (Wilfrid

Laurier University), and Marcela López-Vallejo

(Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla)

2014 / 6 x 9 / paper / 224 pp / 978-1-4426-0179-6

US & CDN $36.95

Available as an ebook

This comprehensive analysis of key issues in North American

environmental policy provides an overview of how the US, Mexico, and

Canada differ in their environmental management approaches and capacity levels, and how these

differences play into cross-border cooperation on environmental problems. The book offers insights

into transboundary cooperation both before and after NAFTA, and presents a framework for

making environmental interaction more effective in the future. Four case studies cover biodiversity

and protected areas, air pollution, greenhouse gas reduction, and genetically modified crops.

Global Ecopolitics: Crisis, Governance, and Justice

Peter J. Stoett (Concordia University)

2012 / 6 x 9 / paper / 256 pp / 978-1-4426-0193-2

US & CDN $32.95

Available as an ebook

Through seven case studies, Stoett analyzes the ability of international

policy to provide environmental protection and discusses the ever-present

factors of equality, sovereignty, and human rights integral to these issues.

While providing a panoramic view of the actors and structures producing

these policies, Stoett reminds students that the topic is personal, and

that responsible governance is not solely the charge of governments but

of individuals and communities as well.

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Environmental Studies


Cases of Conflict:

Transboundary Disputes and the

Development of International

Environmental Law

Allen L. Springer (Bowdoin College)

2016 / 6 x 9 / paper / 272 pp / 978-1-4426-3517-3

US & CDN $44.95

Available as an ebook

“The case studies are complete and well researched, but are also

very accessible to the first-time reader—a rare combination. This is

an excellent book for both undergraduate and graduate students, as

well as for anyone who wants to understand the issues involved in the

evolution of transboundary environmental dispute settlement as the

core of international environmental law.”

– John Martin Gillroy, Lehigh University

Cases of Conflict focuses on times of dispute as important moments in the development of

international environmental law. Conflict tests international law—both its content and its relevance

become clearer in times of controversy—but conflict can also help shape the law.

Drawing from a growing body of scholarship connecting the fields of international relations and

international law, Cases of Conflict focuses on six transboundary disputes to demonstrate how

these disputes have influenced the development of international environmental law and policy.

Embracing their rich detail and real-world messiness, this book looks to develop a better

understanding of the true content and potential of international environmental law.



1. Constructive Conflicts

2. Trail Smelter and Beyond: Evolving Regimes, Emerging Principles

3. Indonesian Haze

4. Baia Mare Cyanide Spill

5. MOX at Sellafield

6. Turbot War

7. Voyage of the Clemenceau

8. Uruguayan Pulp Mills

9. From Conflict to Law


List of Acronyms


18 Politics Fall 2016 / Spring 2017

Environmental Studies

Elements of Environmental


Werner Antweiler

(University of British Columbia)

2014 / 6 x 9 / paper / 416 pp / 978-1-4426-2613-3

US & CDN $48.95

Available as an ebook

“This book covers the most important topics for business and industry

and allows someone from just about any discipline to become conversant

with these topics.”

– John F. Katers, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Elements of Environmental Management is an interdisciplinary textbook that integrates corporate

environmental strategy with environmental economics, environmental law, and environmental

engineering. Written by an expert on international trade and environmental economics, it

addresses several important questions: How can businesses respond to public policies and

regulatory requirements? How does emission trading work? What technological options are

available to prevent or mitigate pollution? Using examples from a wide range of industries,

it provides students with the essential tools for examining environmental problems from

a business perspective.


1. Sustainability and the Firm

2. Environmental Issues

3. Environmental Economics

4. Life Cycle Assessment

5. Environmental Law

6. Environmental Impact Assessment

7. Environmental Management Systems

8. Corporate Environmental Strategy

9. Pollution Abatement Technology

10. Energy Systems

11. Resource Management

12. Environmental Management for the Next Thousand Centuries


Recommended readings for in-class discussion or homework assignments

Study questions and exercises

Supplements and updates

Life cycle assessments

Suggested blog articles

Downloadable images

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Business and Economics

Economic Analysis of

Environmental Policy

Ross R. McKitrick (University of Guelph)

2011 / 6 x 9 / paper / 288 pp / 978-1-4426-1070-5

US & CDN $42.95

Available as an ebook

Economic Analysis of Environmental Policy provides a rigorous and thorough explanation of

modern environmental economics, applying this exposition to contemporary issues and policy

analysis. Opening with a discussion of contemporary pollution problems, institutional players, and

the main policy instruments at our disposal, the author develops core theories of environmental

valuation and optimal control of pollution. Chapters that follow cover issues such as tradable

permits, regulatory standards, emission taxes, and polluter liability as well as advanced topics like

trade and the environment, sustainability, risk, inequality, and self-monitoring.

Multiple Account Benefit-Cost

Analysis: A Practical Guide for the

Systematic Evaluation of Project

and Policy Alternatives

Marvin Shaffer (Simon Fraser University)

2010 / 6 x 9 / paper / 172 pp / 978-1-4426-1045-3

US & CDN $30.95

Available as an ebook

In this textbook, designed for practitioners as well as for intermediate or advanced students,

Marvin Shaffer illustrates how the basic principles and concepts of a benefit-cost analysis can be

applied in a multiple account framework, in the process developing a systematic approach to the

evaluation of project and policy alternatives. Though retaining the basic principles of benefit-cost

analysis, Shaffer focuses more on identifying the advantages and disadvantages of key project

alternatives and assessing their necessary trade-offs in order to better inform public policy debates.

20 Politics Fall 2016 / Spring 2017

Business and Economics


Economics in the Twenty-First

Century: A Critical Perspective

Robert Chernomas and Ian Hudson

(both at University of Manitoba)

2016 / 6 x 9 / paper / 216 pp / 978-1-4426-2677-5

US & CDN $24.95

Available as an ebook

In Economics in the Twenty-First Century, Robert Chernomas and Ian Hudson demonstrate how

today’s top young economists continue to lead the field in the wrong direction. The recent winners

of the John Bates Clark medal—the “baby Nobel” of economics—have won that award for

studying important issues such as economic development, income inequality, crime, and health.

Examining their research, Chernomas and Hudson show what they are missing, why it matters,

and how the discipline can better address the key concerns of our era.


An Explanation of Constrained

Optimization for Economists

Peter B. Morgan (University at Buffalo)

2015 / 8.5 x 11 / paper / 504 pp / 978-1-4426-1446-8

US & CDN $80.00

Available as an ebook

Most books on constrained optimization are technical and full of jargon that makes it hard for the

inexperienced student to gain a holistic understanding of the topic. Peter B. Morgan’s Explanation

of Constrained Optimization for Economists solves this problem by emphasizing explanations, both

written and visual, of the manner in which many constrained optimization problems can be solved.

Suitable as a textbook or a reference for advanced undergraduate and graduate students familiar

with the basics of one-variable calculus and linear algebra, this book is an accessible, user-friendly

guide to this key concept.

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Business and Economics


The Marketing Revolution in Politics:

What Recent U.S. Presidential

Campaigns Can Teach Us about

Effective Marketing

Bruce I. Newman (DePaul University)

2016 / 6 x 9 / cloth / 224 pp / 978-1-4426-4799-2

US & CDN $32.95

Available as an ebook

The challenges facing a presidential campaign may be unique to the political arena, but the

creative solutions are not. The Marketing Revolution in Politics shows how recent U.S. presidential

campaigns have adopted the latest marketing techniques and how organizations in the for-profit

and non-profit sectors can benefit from their example. Distilling the marketing practices of

successful political campaigns down to seven key lessons, Bruce I. Newman shows how

organizations of any size can apply the same innovative, creative, and cost-effective marketing

tactics as today’s presidential hopefuls.


The Inequality Trap: Fighting

Capitalism Instead of Poverty

William Watson (McGill University)

2015 / 6 x 9 / cloth / 240 pp / 978-1-4426-3724-5

US & CDN $32.95

Available as an ebook

In his new book, William Watson argues that focusing on inequality is both an error and a trap. It

is an error because much inequality is “good,” the reward for thrift, industry, and invention. It is a

trap because it leads us to fixate on the top end of the income distribution, rather than on those at

the bottom who need help most. In fact, if we respond to growing inequality by fighting capitalism

rather than poverty, we may end up both poorer and less equal. Explaining the complexities of

modern economics in a clear, accessible style, The Inequality Trap is the must-read rejoinder to the

idea that fighting inequality should be our top policy priority.

22 Politics Fall 2016 / Spring 2017

Business and Economics


Understanding the Social Economy

of the United States

Laurie Mook (Arizona State University), John R. Whitman

(University of Alabama in Huntsville), Jack Quarter (University

of Toronto), and Ann Armstrong (University of Toronto)

2015 / 6 x 9 / paper / 416 pp / 978-1-4426-1411-6

US & CDN $44.95

Available as an ebook

Understanding the Social Economy of the United States is a

comprehensive introduction to the operation and study of

organizations with social goals—public sector nonprofits, civil society organizations, social

enterprises, cooperatives, and other organizations with a social mission—under the rubric of the

social economy. The text is rich in examples and case studies that explain the social economy

framework in the context of the United States.

Understanding the Social Economy:

A Canadian Perspective

Jack Quarter (University of Toronto), Laurie Mook (Arizona State

University), and Ann Armstrong (University of Toronto)

2009 / 6 x 9 / paper / 344 pp / 978-0-8020-9645-6

US & CDN $38.95

Available as an ebook

Understanding the Social Economy presents a unique set of case

studies as well as chapters on organizational design and governance,

social finance and social accounting, and accountability. The examples

provide much needed context for students and allow for an original and in-depth examination of

the relationships between Canada’s social infrastructure and the public and private sectors.


Social Purpose Enterprises:

Case Studies for Social Change

Edited by Jack Quarter, Sherida Ryan, and

Andrea Chan (all at University of Toronto)

2014 / 6 x 9 / paper / 324 pp /

978-1-4426-1404-8 / US & CDN $29.95

Available as an ebook

Accounting for Social Value

Edited by Laurie Mook

(Arizona State University)

2013 / 6 x 9 / paper / 272 pp /

978-1-4426-1146-7 / US & CDN $30.95

Available as an ebook

Businesses with a Difference:

Balancing the Social and the Economic

Edited by Laurie Mook (Arizona State

University), Jack Quarter (University of Toronto),

and Sherida Ryan (University of Toronto)

2012 / 6 x 9 / paper / 304 pp /

978-1-4426-1147-4 / US & CDN $31.95

Available as an ebook

Relentless Change: A Casebook for the

Study of Canadian Business History

Joe Martin (University of Toronto)

2009 / 6 x 9 / paper / 504 pp /

978-0-8020-9559-6 / US & CDN $44.95

Available as an ebook

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Urban Studies


Multicultural Cities: Toronto, New York, and

Los Angeles

Mohammad Abdul Qadeer (Queen’s University)

2016 / 6 x 9 / paper / 384 pp / 978-1-4426-3014-7

US & CDN $36.95

Available as an ebook

Multicultural Cities offers a tour of three of North America’s premier

multicultural metropolises, demonstrating the qualities that make

these cities multicultural. Guided by the perspective that

multiculturalism is the combination of cultural diversity with a

common ground of values and institutions, the author examines the social geography, economy,

and everyday life of each metropolitan area. His analysis spans the divide between Canada, where

multiculturalism is official government policy, and the United States, where it is not.

The Evolution of Great World Cities:

Urban Wealth and Economic Growth

Christopher Kennedy (University of Toronto)

2011 / 6 x 9 / paper / 224 pp / 978-1-4426-1152-8

US & CDN $26.95

Available as an ebook

The Evolution of Great World Cities tells the tales of several urban

centres—including Venice, Amsterdam, London, and New York

City—at key junctures in their histories. Weaving together significant

insights from urbanists such as Jane Jacobs and economists such as John Maynard Keynes, the

author draws striking parallels between the functioning of ecosystems and of wealthy capitals.


Suburban Governance:

A Global View

Edited by Pierre Hamel (Université de Montréal)

and Roger Keil (York University)

2015 / 6 x 9 / paper / 384 pp /

978-1-4426-1400-0 / US & CDN $34.95

Available as an ebook

Changing Toronto: Governing Urban


Julie-Anne Boudreau, Roger Keil, and Douglas

Young (all at York University)

2009 / 6 x 9 / paper / 256 pp /

978-1-4426-0093-5 / US & CDN $34.95

Local Government in Action:

A Simulation

Bill Kennedy and Gary Wilson (both at

University of Northern British Columbia)

2008 / 8.5 x 11 / paper / 141 pp /

978-1-5511-1912-0 / US & CDN $28.95

City Politics, Canada

James Lightbody (University of Alberta)

2006 / 7 x 9 / paper / 576 pp /

978-1-5511-1753-9 / US & CDN $52.95

Available as an ebook

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Abu-Laban, Yasmeen 14

Accounting for Social

Value 23

After the Paris Attacks 5

Antweiler, Werner 19

Arab Dawn 4

Armstrong, Ann 23

Arocena, Felipe 11

Art of Negotiation, The 9

As Others See Us 15

Ayres, Jeffrey 13

Balmaceda, Margarita

M. 7

Biette, David N. 14

Boudreau, Julie-Anne 24

Bowman, Kirk 11

Brawley, Mark R. 9

Brooks, Stephen 15

Burch, Sarah L. 16

Businesses with a

Difference 23

Cairns, James 2, 3

Canada and the

United States 14

Canadian Studies in the

New Millennium 14

Cases of Conflict 18

Chan, Andrea 23

Changing Toronto 24

Chernomas, Robert 21

Christie, Kenneth 5

City Politics, Canada 24

Civil Wars 8

Clarkson, Stephen 14

Close, David 11


Federalism 10

Comparative Public Policy

in Latin America 12

Comparing Political

Regimes 10

Conrad, Alexis 9

Consuming Mexican

Labor 12


Imagination, The 2

Díez, Jordi 12

DiGiacomo, Gordon 6

Does North America

Exist? 14

Economic Analysis of

Environmental Policy 20

Economics in the Twenty-

First Century 21

Elements of Environmental

Management 19

Environmental Policy in

North America 17

Evolution of Great

World Cities, The 24

Explanation of


Optimization for

Economists, An 21

Fedorak, Shirley A. 4

Female Suicide

Bombings 5

Fenna, Alan 10

Fisher, Stacy 1

Fisk, Larry 8

Franceschet, Susan 12

Freedom from Fear,

Freedom from Want 5

Fry, Earl H. 15

Garner, Roberta 3

Global Ecopolitics 17

Global Horizons 8

Global Issues 4

Good Book, In Theory, A 3

“Greening” of Costa

Rica, The 17

Hamel, Pierre 24

Hanlon, Robert J. 5

Harris, Sara E. 16

Healy, Robert G. 17

Hossein, Caroline

Shenaz 7

Hudson, Ian 21

Hueglin, Thomas O. 10

Human Rights 6

Iacobucci, Edward M. 5

Inequality Trap, The 22

Innovating for the

Global South 7

Isbester, Katherine 12

Isla, Ana 17

James, Patrick 14

Jhappan, Radha 14

Johnston, Larry 2

Joy of Stats, The 3

Judging Democracy 14

Kasoff, Mark 14

Keil, Roger 24

Kennedy, Bill 24

Kennedy, Christopher 24

Kickstarting Your

Academic Career 1

Knight, W. Andy 5

Koopman, Douglas 15

Labyrinth of North

American Identities,

The 13

Lament for America 15

Latin American Politics 11

Lessons from Latin

America 11

Lightbody, James 24

Local Government

in Action 24

López-Vallejo, Marcela 17

Lounsbery, Marie Olson 8

Macdonald, Laura 13

Mackenzie, David 9

Making North America 13

Manfredi, Christopher P. 14

Marketing Revolution

in Politics, The 22

Martin, Joe 23

McKitrick, Ross R. 20

McLean, John 9

Mize, Ronald L. 12

Momani, Bessma 4

Mook, Laurie 23

Morgan, Peter B. 21

Multicultural Cities 24

Multiple Account

Benefit-Cost Analysis 20

Narozhna, Tanya 5

Newman, Bruce I. 22

North America in

Question 13

Ostergard, Robert L. 1

Paradox of Democracy in

Latin America, The 12

Patterns of Conflict,

Paths to Peace 8

Pearson, Frederic 8

Politicized Microfinance 7

Politics, Canadian

Edition 2

Politics in North

America 14

Politics of Energy

Dependency, The 7

Politics of Globalization,

The 9

Power, Money, and Trade 9

Qadeer, Mohammad

Abdul 24

Quarter, Jack 23

Red, White, and Kind

of Blue? 14

Relations of Global

Power 9

Relentless Change 23

Resnick, Philip 13

Rocher, François 14

Rose, Jonathan 9

Rush, Mark 14

Ryan, Sherida 23

Schellenberg, John 8

Schneiderman, David 14

Sears, Alan 2, 3

Shaffer, Marvin 20

Sharing the Burden? 9

Siaroff, Alan 10

Social Purpose

Enterprises 23

Soman, Dilip 7

Springer, Allen L. 18

Spruyt, Hendrik 8

Stein, Janice Gross 7

Stoett, Peter J. 17

Suburban Governance 24

Swords, Alicia C.S. 12

Teeple, Gary 9

Thomas, David M. 14

Thompson, James 13

Toope, Stephen J. 5

Understanding American

Politics 15

Understanding Climate

Change 16

Understanding the

Social Economy 23

Understanding the

Social Economy of the

United States 23


Debora L. 17

Watson, William 22

Whitman, John R. 23

Wilson, Gary 24

Wilson, J. Matthew 15

Wong, Joseph 7

World beyond Borders, A 9

Young, Douglas 24

Zyla, Benjamin 9

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