6 edition of Political parties and coalitions in European local government found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Colin Mellors and Bert Pijnenburg.|
|Series||Bradford studies in European politics|
|Contributions||Mellors, Colin., Pijnenburg, Bert, 1949-|
|LC Classifications||JS3000.2 .P65 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 311 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||88030773|
This study examines the impact of majority coalitions on local government spending, service delivery, and corruption in Indonesia. The investigation finds that majority coalitions, i.e. those coalitions for which participating political parties control greater than half of council seats, cause a shift in local government spending towards health sector activities and induce improvements in Cited by: 1. The political groups of the European Parliament have been around in one form or another since September and the first meeting of the Parliament's predecessor, the Common Assembly. The groups are coalitions of MEPs and the European political party and national parties .
Start studying Government, Ch political parties. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. • Party coalition: the collective name for the groups and interests that support a party • Each party is headed by a central committee made up of members of local party organizations and local. Coalitions and Elections Alliances. Political parties form a pre-electoral coalition by publicly stating that they intend to form a government with each other if they receive enough votes in the up-coming elections. In many cases, however, political parties contest the elections completely independently, and voters therefore do not have any.
Populist parties have more than tripled their support in Europe in the last 20 years, securing enough votes to put their leaders into government posts in 11 countries and challenging the. In partnership with the Oslo Center for Peace and Human Rights, NDI has developed a guide to best practices in coalition-building. The publication outlines tips and practical advice for political party officials as they negotiate and work in different types of coalitions.
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The politics of coalition--the very heart of the political process in most European countries--can be analyzed either theoretically or empirically. Multiparty Government reconciles these approaches.
It gives students of European politics access to the insights of contemporary theory while applying it to an analysis of real-world coalition by: Local Coalition Formation in the Netherlands Wim Kuiper and Pieter Tops Coalitions and Political Parties in Sub-national Government: The Case of Spain Robert Robinson City Coalitions in West Germany: A Case Study of Nordrhein-Westfalen Patricia Brearey Conclusion: Local Coalitions in Europe Colin Mellors and Bert Pijnenburg Index.
Intra-Party Politics and Coalition Governments (Routledge ECPR Studies in European Political Science) Danie Giannetti This book explores how intra-party politics affects government formation and termination in parliamentary systems, where the norm is the formation of coalition governments.
Party Politics and Local Government Coalition Formation 5. Party Cohesion and Party Discipline in Multilevel Systems Part 2: Intra-Party Politics and Coalition Behaviour at the National Level 6. Party Discipline and Cohesion in Comparative Perspective 7.
Party Organizations, Intra-Party Policy Conflict and Coalition Bargaining in Germany 8. Coalitions are the commonest kind of democratic government, occurring frequently in most countries of western Europe. It is usually assumed that political parties came together in a government coalition because they agree already, or can reach an agreement, on the policy it should pursue.
Get this from a library. Intra-party politics and coalition governments. [Daniela Giannetti; Kenneth Benoit;] -- Covering national, local and European Union levels, this comparative volume explores how intra-party politics affects government formation and termination in.
The politics of coalition is inherent in the political process of most European countries. Coalition may be analyzed either theoretically or empirically; this study reconciles both approaches.
Providing insight into contemporary coalition theory and placing it in the context of coalition politics, this work examines five basic themes: the identity and motivation of those involved in coalition. Intra-Party Politics and Coalition Governments (Routledge/ECPR Studies in European Political Science Book 56) eBook: Giannetti, Daniela, Benoit, Kenneth: : Kindle StoreManufacturer: Routledge.
Coalition Governments and Party Competition: Political Communication Strategies of Coalition Parties Article (PDF Available) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Local Government Coalition in Gauteng Province of South Africa: Challenges and Opportunities Article PDF Available.
June ; The role of Polit ical Parties at the Local Government. This is the most comprehensive empirical analysis to date of coalition politics.
Based on large cross-national data collection covering the entire post-war period from toit is the first systematic study of the institutions of governance and conflict resolution in coalition governments.
The book is also an unparalleled source of information on cabinet formation, membership 3/5(1). Introduction. This study examines the impact of majority coalitions on public finance and governance outcomes in Indonesia.
We employ regression discontinuity methods to identify the causal effects of majority coalitions—i.e. those coalitions for which political parties control more than half of the council seats—on local government spending, service delivery, and by: 1.
Laver, M. Theories of coalition formation and local government coalitions. In C. Mellors & B. Pijnenburg (Eds.), Political parties and coalitions in European local government. London: Routledge. Google ScholarAuthor: Daniela Giannetti, Luca Pinto.
A distinctive feature of the book is that it explores the impact of intra-party politics at different levels of government: national, local and EU. This offers the opportunity to investigate existing theories of coalition formation in new political settings.
Coalition governments are the norm in most of the world's parliamentary democracies. Because these governments are comprised of multiple political parties, they are subject to tensions that are largely absent under single-party government.
The pressures of electoral competition and the necessity of delegating substantial authority to ministers affiliated with specific parties threaten the. This book explores how intra-party politics affects government formation and termination in parliamentary systems, where the norm is the formation of coalition governments.
The authors look beyond party cohesion and discipline in parliamentary democracies to take a broader view, assuming a diversity of preferences among party members and then exploring the incentives that give rise to.
Coalition government among different political parties is the way most European democracies are governed. Traditionally, the study of coalition politics has been focused on Western Europe. Coalition governance in Central Eastern Europe brings the study of the full coalition life-cycle to a region that has undergone tremendous political transformation, but which has not been studied from this.
These parties have formed government in several states and tried to implement their policies and programmes. Some of the regional parties are also partners in the coalition government at the Centre. In the eighth Lok Sabha Elections (), the Telgu Desam, a regional party of Andhra Pradesh, emerged as the main opposition party.
the local level, the District Chief Executive, is ap-pointed by the government. The appointment is needed to facilitate the government’s control of developmental policies at the local level. 18 Finally, the non-partisan local political system is thought to facilitate women’s participation and involve-ment in Size: KB.
Laver, M () Theories of coalition formation and local government coalitions. In: Mellors, C, Pijnenburg, B (eds) Political Parties and Coalitions in European Local Government. London: Routledge, pp. 15 – Google ScholarCited by:. A coalition government is a form of government in which political parties cooperate, reducing the dominance of any one party within that "coalition".
The usual reason for this arrangement is that no party on its own can achieve a majority in the election.A coalition government might also be created in a time of national difficulty or crisis (for example, during wartime or economic crisis) to.This book, first published intakes a fresh look at coalition theory in the light of the European coalition experience.
This volume attempts to marry theory and practice by avoiding the pure abstraction of the formal coalition theories on the one hand and the over-descriptiveness of some of the empirical work on the other.Because of this, national government party coalitions have become more commonplace in Indian politics.
Two coalitions – the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) led by the INC and the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) led by the BJP – have governed India for much of the last 30 Size: 1MB.