Comparative Politics, Political Systems and Development Patterns

Comparative Politics, Political Systems and Development Patterns

Timetable from a trainstation with writing in english and japanese. Photo.

Our research activities examines key problems related to political systems and development in important geographical regions. One of these regions is East Asia and Japan, where strong economic growth and shifting geopolitical conditions demand stronger knowledge about the area’s institutions, policies and culture. The EU and Europe are another important region. Our research in comparative politics, political systems and development draws attention to how context and institutions affect the interaction between states, organisations and special-interest groups.

Research Groups/Projects

Communication of Results and Publications

Communication of Results and Publications

Publications

Here you see som recent publications in English. Please see the researchers' NTNU profiles for more.