Political analysis

11 April 2010 - Zam Zam: First election day in Sudan. In the picture, a voter checks his name in the registration lists in a polling station in Zam Zam IDP Camp, El Fasher (North Darfur). Picture: UNAMID - Albert Gonzalez Farran

11 April 2010 – Zam Zam: First election day in Sudan. In the picture, a voter checks his name in the registration lists in a polling station in Zam Zam IDP Camp, El Fasher (North Darfur). Picture: UNAMID – Albert Gonzalez Farran


New to ejournals@cambridge A-Z: Political Analysis

Political Analysis is ranked #5 out of 157 journals in Political Science by 5-year impact factor, according to the 2012 ISI Journal Citation Reports.

‘More than any other journal, Political Analysis publishes the most powerful new ideas for the empirical analysis of politics. No serious researcher in the field, and no serious research library, will want to be without a subscription.’ – Prof. Christopher Achen, Department of Political Science, University of Michigan

Political Analysis is the leading journal for innovative new quantitative work in political methodology, and the journal shows great promise for becoming an important voice in the ongoing effort to bridge quantitative and qualitative methodology.’ – Prof. David Collier, Department of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley

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