Comparative Politics Research Paper Ideas

Students in the Department of Political Science at Western Michigan University will want to review these sample research topics when selecting their own research topic.

  • A Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Office of Independent Counsel
  • A Study on Equitable Water Provision in Latin America
  • Affirmative Action: National Origin Minorities
  • Aid to the Health-Related Sector: The United States, Japan, and Germany
  • An Assessment of the Voting Rights Act of 1965
  • An Evaluation of International Law as Applied to Genocide from Nuremberg to the Balkans
  • Celebrity Influence on Political Campaigns
  • Children Soldiers in Africa
  • Development of a Constitutional Right of Privacy
  • Educational Outcomes in Michigan: A Lack of Focus and Context
  • Effectiveness of Rape Shield Laws
  • Globalization and the Anti-Globalization Movement
  • Legislative Redistricting in Illinois for 2002
  • Mexico, Corporate Globalization and the Media
  • Mexico's Changing Political Party System
  • Nature Within the City: The Greenway Movement and the Transformation of Urban Form
  • Pretextual Automobile Stops and the Fourth Amendment
  • Public Education and Religious Establishment
  • Racial Profiling in post 9/11 United States Content Regulation in Broadcasting
  • Religious Exercise in Public Schools: Continuing Debate
  • Rights and Their Progression from State to Federal Policy: The Case of the Disability Rights Movement
  • Sexual Harassment: Comparative Legal Analysis
  • Squatter Settlements in Post-Apartheid South Africa
  • Stereotypes Between American and Arab-Americans in the United States
  • Telecommunications Policy in China
  • The "Political Question" Doctrine and Reapportionment
  • The Austrian Freedom Party in 2000
  • The Debt Crisis in Heavily Indebted Poor Countries
  • The Effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement
  • The Equal Rights Amendment: Why Controversy Ensured its Defeat
  • The Evolution (and Devolution) of Affirmative Action Initiatives
  • The 14th Amendment and Privacy
  • The Influence of the Antislavery Movement, Republican Ideology, and Federalism on the 14th Amendment
  • The Lemon Test and the Religious Establishment Clause
  • The Patriot Act: Security/Rights Issues in Historical Perspective
  • The Political Economy of the Micro-Island Nations of the Caribbean: The Impact of Tourism on Caribbean Culture, Environment and Society
  • The Supreme Court and Reproductive Rights
  • The Supreme Court and Sexual Preference
  • Title IX and Collegiate Athletic Opportunities
  • Truth Commissions and Civil Society
  • U.S.-Japanese Trade Policy: A Defense of Limited Unilateralism
  • Weapons of the Weak and the Chinese Occupation of Tibet
  • Women and Equal Pay: An Assessment of Differences in Universities
  • Women, Identity and Political Activism During the Allende Regime in Chile

Indexes the international literature on economics. Topics include economic development, forecasting, and history; fiscal and monetary theory; business and public finance; international, health care, regional and urban economics, and more. 1969-current.
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Produced by the American Economic Association, EconLit is the fundamental research tool in economics. The database covers the international literature on economics since 1969 and provides bibliographic citations, with selected abstracts, of journal articles, books, dissertations and working papers, as well as articles in collective works, such as conference proceedings, collected essay volumes and full text book reviews. Topics include economic development, forecasting, and history; fiscal and monetary theory; business and public finance; international, health care, regional and urban economics, and more. Subjects:
  • Business
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  • Statistics

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