In this Issue
Social Science History seeks to advance the study of the past by publishing research that appeals to its interdisciplinary readership of historians, sociologists, economists, political scientists, anthropologists, and geographers. The journal invites articles that blend empirical research with theoretical work, undertake comparisons across time and space, or contribute to the development of quantitative and qualitative methods of analysis.
published byCambridge University Press
viewing issueVolume 23, Number 4, Winter 1999
Table of Contents
- The Historical Significance of Economic Voting, 1872-1996
- pp. 561-591
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