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A parliament divided into four estates began to meet from the middle of the 1400s; there had been a succession of formal written constitutions since the first part of the 1600s; a system in which royal powers were strictly circumscribed and in which there were clear elements of parliamentarism was established during the so-called Period of Liberty, l720–l772; and in 1809 a constitution, which regulated the political life of Sweden until the mid-1970s, was adopted. In a country with such a long constitutional tradition, constitutional history appeared to be both a natural and an important field of study.
This faculty, as well as faculties generally in Swedish academia, consists of several different categories. The most important ones are those classified as professors (mainly involved in research and supervision of graduate students) and university lecturers (mainly involved in undergraduate teaching). The production of PhD dissertations in political science has also been fairly intense; from 1976 through 1996, for example, 212 PhD theses in the discipline were presented at the universities in Gothenburg, Lund, Stockholm, Ume˚a, and Uppsala (Larheden 1999).
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Annual Review of Political Science (2003, Vol 6) by Margaret Levi, Nelson W. Polsby (Editors)