Tim Büthe: Teaching

This page contains information about my current and past courses
and links to a few general memos and handouts

 

Courses

  Duke University, Department of Political Science

 
Fall 2014

PS130:  Introduction to Political Inquiry
(undergraduate lecture course)
syllabus  -  class website on Duke Sakai

 
Spring 2014

PS130:  Introduction to Political Inquiry
(undergraduate lecture course)
syllabus  -  class website on Duke Sakai

 
Fall 2013

PS350/PubPol 222:  International Political Economy
(undergraduate lecture course)
syllabus  -  class website on Duke Sakai

PS651: Theories of International Political Economy
(graduate seminar, open to qualified seniors - click here for registration information)
syllabus  -  class website on Duke Sakai

 
Fall 2012, Spring 2013:  on leave
 

 
Spring 2012

PS113: Issues in International Political Economy
(undergraduate lecture course)
syllabus  -  class website on Duke Sakai 

PS330: Research Design & Qualitative Methods
(graduate seminar)
syllabus  -  class website on Duke Sakai

 
Fall 2011

Guest Lecture on "Wielding Economic Power: Sanctions & Foreign Aid,"
PS93 (Introduction to International Relations), 20 October 2011 (slides)

PS200SH:  Law and Politics in the Global Economy
(senior honor seminar combined with independent studies)
 

Spring 2011

PS158/Public Policy 181: Non-State Actors in World Politics
(undergraduate lecture course with Writing and Research designations)
syllabus  -  class website  -  class website on Duke Blackboard

PS213: Theories of International Political Economy
(graduate seminar, open to qualified seniors - click here for registration information)
syllabus  -  class website on Duke Blackboard
 

 
Fall 2010

PS240: The Politics of European Integration
(syllabus  -  class website on Duke Blackboard)

 
Spring 2010

PS158/Public Policy 181: Non-State Actors in World Politics
(undergraduate lecture course with Writing and Research designation)
syllabus  -  class website  -  class website on Duke Blackboard

PS330: Research Design & Qualitative Methods
(graduate seminar)
syllabus  -  class website on Duke Blackboard

 
Fall 2009

Guest Lecture on "Wielding Economic Power: Sanctions & Foreign Aid,"
PS93 (Introduction to International Relations), 12 October 2009 (slides)

PS213: Theories of International Political Economy
(graduate seminar, open to qualified seniors - click here for registration information)
syllabus  -  class website on Duke Blackboard
 

 
Fall 2007 - Spring 2009: on leave
 

Spring 2007

PS158/Public Policy 181: Non-State Actors in World Politics
(undergraduate lecture course with Writing and Research designation)
syllabus  -  class website  -  class website on Duke Blackboard

PS213: Theories of International Political Economy
(graduate seminar, open to qualified seniors)
syllabus  -  class website on Duke Blackboard
 

Fall 2006

PS267: Persistence and Change in Political Institutions
(graduate seminar, open to qualified seniors)
syllabus  -  class website on Duke Blackboard

 

Spring 2006

PS299D: The Politics of European Integration
(syllabus  -  class website on Duke Blackboard)

PS330: Research Design & Qualitative Methods
(graduate seminar)
syllabus  -  class website on Duke Blackboard

Fall 2005

PS158: Non-State Actors in World Politics
(undergraduate lecture course, cross-listed as Public Policy 181)
syllabus  -  class website  -  class website on Duke Blackboard

PS213: Theories of International Political Economy  (graduate seminar)
syllabus  -  class website on Duke Blackboard
 

Spring 2005

PS299D: The Politics of European Integration
(syllabus  -  class website on Duke Blackboard)

Fall 2004

Guest Lecture on Globalization, PS93 (International Politics), 4 October 2004 (slides)

PS113: International Political Economy
(syllabus -  class website on Duke Blackboard, at http://courses.duke.edu)

PS158: Transnational Relations: Non-State Actors in World Politics
(syllabus  -  class website)

 

 

  Stanford University, Department of Political Science

Spring 2004

PS317: The Politics of European Integration

Fall 2003

PS116: Non-State Actors in World Politics

 

 

Memos and Handouts for Students

Basic Games

Ideal Types

Guide to Referencing

Writing an Analytical Paper in Political Science (primarily for undergraduates)

Efficient Reading and Note Taking (for graduate students and undergraduates)

 

 

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