Elections and parties in new European democracies /

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Bibliographic Details
Author / Creator: Rose, Richard, 1933-
Other Authors / Creators:Munro, Neil, 1970-
Format: Book
Language:English
Imprint: Washington, D.C. : CQ Press, A Division of Congressional Quarterly, [2003]
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Table of Contents:
  • Tables and Figures
  • Preface
  • Part 1. The Framework of Competition
  • 1.. Elite Supply and Popular Demands: An Interactive Model
  • Democratization Backwards--and in a Hurry
  • Understanding Election Outcomes
  • 2.. Electoral Systems Compared
  • Electing Representatives
  • Choosing a President
  • Effects of Electoral Systems
  • 3.. Parties without Civil Society
  • A Big Supply of Parties
  • A Variety of Party Appeals
  • Fragmented, Multi-Dimensional Party Systems
  • 4.. Voters without Trust
  • A Legacy of Distrust
  • Political Values without Parties
  • Clear-cut and Fuzzy-Focus Outlooks
  • 5.. Competition without Institutionalization
  • Institutionalization in Theory
  • Stable Election Laws
  • Floating Systems of Parties
  • An Indefinite Disequilibrium
  • References
  • Part 2. National Election Results
  • Conventions in Reporting Results
  • 6.. Bulgaria
  • 7.. Czechoslovakia
  • 8.. Czech Republic
  • 9.. Slovakia
  • 10.. Estonia
  • 11.. Hungary
  • 12.. Latvia
  • 13.. Lithuania
  • 14.. Poland
  • 15.. Romania
  • 16.. Russia
  • 17.. Slovenia