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Political parties and federalism: an international comparison

Political parties and federalism: an international comparison

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Published by Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft m.b.h. &Co KG in Baden-Baden .
Written in English

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  • Political Science

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    SeriesSchriftenreihe des Europ aischen Zentrums f ur F oderalismus-Forschung -- 22
    ContributionsHrsg.: Hrbek, Rudolf
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22713076M
    ISBN 103832909141

      Awarded the IV Vilaseca i Marcet international book prize by the Institut d'Estudis Autonòmics, Generalitat de Catalunya (Barcelona, Spain) in December, In the contemporary world, there are many democratic states whose minority nations have pushed for constitutional reform, greater autonomy, and asymmetric by: 3. Political parties and civil society organizations are among the most important political actors in federal democracies. These bodies represent both the interests and political identities of people on an individual level; society-wide, they make demands on public institutions and provide support for political preferences. They are also key political actors themselves, functioning as.

      Current scholarship has largely ignored the role that federalism can play in fostering meaningful political competition in emerging democracies. This Article aims to fill this void by developing a theory of political competition within federal systems based on a formal game theory model created by economist and Nobel Laureate Roger B. Myerson. “Political Parties, Party Government, and Intrastate Federalism in Canada.” In Parties and Federalism in Australia and Canada, ed. by Sharman, Campbell. Canberra: Australian National University Press, pp. 1–22Cited by:

    A comparison of electoral manifestos at the time of the political parties gave an idea of the political will and understanding of the development challenges by some major political parties. In his latest book "Pakistan's development challenges: federalism,security and governance" he further discusses the immense challenges Pakistan faces today. Using insights from party systems theory and political sociology, the dissertation promotes the idea that the contestation of foreign policy, the engagement of domestic political actors with developments in the international system, and ultimately foreign policy change, all take place within a thick social and institutional structure that Cited by: 2.


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