Coalition Governments in Western Europe

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Wolfgang C. Müller, Kaare Strom
Oxford University Press, 2003 - 602 pagina's
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 1945 to 1999, it 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, termination, and electoral performance of coalition parties.
 

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Inhoudsopgave

List of Contributors
6
Stable Parties Chancellor Democracy and the Art of
32
Tight Coalitions and Stable Government
86
From SingleParty to Coalition Rule
126
A Fragile Coalitional Order
158
When Minority Cabinets Are the Rule and Majority
192
The Life and Death of Government Coalitions
231
The Consolidation of Parliamentary Governance
264
Still the Politics of Accommodation?
356
Stable Coalitions in a Pivotal Party System
399
From Constrained Coalitions to Alternating
433
Forming and Maintaining Government Coalitions in
498
The Rationale of Democratic Regime Building
529
Coalition Governance in Western Europe
559
Index
593
Copyright

On Government Agreements Evangelists Followers
300

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Over de auteur (2003)

Wolfgang C. Müller is a Professor at the Department of Government, University of Vienna ; Kaare Strøm is a Professor at the University of California, San Diego

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