Process tracing, abstraction, and varieties of cognitive interest. Mayntz, R. New Political Economy, 21(5):484--488, September, 2016.
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This comment responds specifically to some points made by Trampusch and Palier in this volume, particularly the distinction between inductive and deductive approaches, and the inquiry into the ‘added value’ of process tracing.
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