From Maastricht to Brexit by Richard Bellamy and Dario Castiglione

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An Introduction to Qualitative Methods for Political Scientists  View Course Details
  
An Introduction to Qualitative Methods for Political Scientists [**Title to be revised?]  View Course Details
  
Introduction to Statistics  View Course Details
  
Introduction to Statistics  View Course Details
A01Main Course
Introduction to StatisticsBernhard Kittel View Course Details
A02Main Course
An Introduction to Qualitative Methods for Political Scientists  View Course Details
A04Main Course
Comparative Research DesignsBenoît Rihoux View Course Details
A05Main Course
Knowing and the Known: The Philosophy and Methodology of the Social SciencesPatrick Jackson View Course Details
A06Main Course
Research Design FundamentalsSamo Kropivnik View Course Details
A08Main Course
Introduction to Applied Social Network AnalysisDimitris Christopoulos View Course Details
B03Advanced Course
Panel Data Analysis  View Course Details
B04Advanced Course
Multilevel Regression ModellingLevente Littvay View Course Details
B05Advanced Course
Writing Ethnographic & Other Qualitative/Interpretive Research: An Inductive ApproachDvora Yanow View Course Details
B08Advanced Course
Multilevel Structural Equation Modelling (SEM)Elmar Schlüter View Course Details
B11Advanced Course
Agent-based Modelling in the Social SciencesNils Weidmann View Course Details
B12Advanced Course
Advanced Process Tracing MethodsDerek Beach View Course Details
B13Advanced Course
Advanced Content AnalysisAude Bicquelet View Course Details
B15Advanced Course
Advanced Qualitative Data AnalysisMarie-Hélène Paré View Course Details
B17Advanced Course
Statistical Modelling of the Spatial Theory of VotingPaul Thurner View Course Details
B18Advanced Course
Interpreting Binary Logistic Regression ModelsMarkus Wagner View Course Details
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