Rethinking American Political Economy

Paul Pierson and Kathy Thelen discuss the APE approach at London School of Economics online event.
Rethinking American Political Economy

Drawing on their new volume, The American Political Economy: Politics, Markets, and Power, Paul Pierson and Kathleen Thelen laid out a comparatively informed framework for understanding how business power, union decline, racial inequity, government weakness and regional disparities are impacting contemporary American politics and policy.

PhD candidate Sam Zacher's article “Polarization of the Rich” was published in Perspectives on Politics.
Perspectives on Politics publishes work by CAPE graduate researcher

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