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„Bringing the State Back In“: Analysestrategien in der derzeitigen Forschung

  • Theda Skocpol
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Zusammenfassung

In den 80er Jahren hat „der Staat“ in der vergleichenden Sozialwissenschaft wieder an Bedeutung gewonnen. Ob als Forschungsgegenstand oder als Bezugsobjekt, auf das man sich beruft, um interessante Ergebnisse zu erklären, Wissenschaftler unterschiedlicher Ausrichtung und Disziplinen nahmen den Staat als Akteur oder als Institution in zahlreichen Untersuchungen unter die Lupe. Die Themen waren dabei weit gefächert. Wissenschaftler, die sich mit Lateinamerika, Afrika und Asien beschäftigten, haben die Rolle von Staaten bei der Einleitung umfassender politischer Reformen, bei der Gestaltung der nationalen wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung und in Verhandlungen mit multinationalen Unternehmen untersucht (siehe z.B. Amsden 1979, Bardhan 1982/ 83, Bennett/Sharpe 1979, Evans 1979, Hamilton 1982, Langdon 1981, Lim 1982, Sklar 1975, Stepan 1978, Trimberger 1978). Wissenschaftler, die sich für die fortgeschrittenen Industrienationen in Europa, Nord-Amerika und Japan interessierten, untersuchten das staatliche Engagement in der Sozialpolitik und bei der Behandlung nationaler und internationaler Wirtschaftsprobleme (siehe z.B. Ashford 1983, Birnbaum 1982, Cameron 1978, Dyson/ Wilks 1983, Hall 1983, Heclo 1974, Johnson 1982, Katzenstein 1978, Kel-man 1981, Krasner 1978b, Lowi 1978, Panitch 1977, Skocpol/Ikenberry 1983, Tolliday/Zeitlin 1984, Zysman 1977).

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