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Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe

Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe

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Published by Routledge in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political parties -- Former communist countries.,
  • Former communist countries -- Politics and government.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementeditor, Petr Kopecký.
    ContributionsKopecký, Petr.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 162 p. ;
    Number of Pages162
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21321319M
    ISBN 100415439590
    ISBN 109780415439596

    Providing comprehensive insights into the parties and party systems of post-communist EU member states within the framework of each country's specific conditions and developments, this volume examines in particular the cases of Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia. The book concentrates on three main themes: ideological cleavages between parties 5/5(1).   Exploring right-wing populism in post-communist Europe. In their quest for homogeneity of the nation-state, these parties discriminate between an .

      Casal Bértoa F. and van Biezen I. (), “Party Regulation and Party Politics in Post-communist Europe”, East European Politics 30(3): Ceka B. (), “The Perils of Political Competition: Explaining Participation and Trust in Political Parties in Eastern Europe”, Comparative Political Studies 46(12): Parties have also managed to establish a monopoly of control over the decisionmaking processes, whereby civil society actors’ relative autonomy vis-à-vis parties is checked by their marginal input into the political process (cf. Green and SkalnikLeff ).

    The focus of the volume is the question of the continuity and change of party-shaped, formerly Moscow-oriented communism after the demise of "real socialism". The European countries, which were formerly dominated by the respective Communist parties as monopolistic state parties, are treated in the same way as the states in which nolens volens-oriented organizations based on state socialism. Monika Nalepa (PhD, Columbia University) is an associate professor of political science at the University of Chicago. With a focus on post-communist Europe, her research interests include transitional justice, parties and legislatures, and game-theoretic approaches to comparative politics.


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Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe Download PDF EPUB FB2

Introduction 1. Political Parties and the State in Post-Communist Europe: The Nature of Symbiosis 2. The Rise of the Partisan State. Parties, Patronage and the Ministerial Bureaucracy in Hungary 3.

State Party Funding and Patronage in Post Poland 4. Bratislava, Powered by the State: The Role of Public Resources in Party-Building in Slovakia 5. Political Parties and the State in Post-Communist Europe - Kindle edition by Kopecky, Petr.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Political Parties and the State in Post-Communist cturer: Routledge. The party-state linkages are analyzed alongside three analytical dimensions: state financing of parties, their legal regulation, and party patronage within the state institutions.

The contributors bring together case studies of post-communist countries, as well as cross-country comparative analysis, each addressing at least one of these Format: Paperback. Read "Political Parties and the State in Post-Communist Europe" by available from Rakuten Kobo. It is not possible to understand the nature and functioning of post-communist political parties without understanding th Brand: Taylor And Francis.

Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe: the nature of symbiosis / Petr Kopecký --The rise of the partisan state?: parties, patronage and the ministerial bureaucracy in Hungary / Jan-Hinrik Meyer-Sahling --State party funding and patronage in post Poland / Aleks Szczerbiak --Powered by the state: the role of public.

This book offers a fascinating, thought-provoking and ground-breaking study of post-communist political life.

It is published just as the countries of Central and Eastern Europe mark thirty years since gaining freedom and have embarked on the path of democracy. Change and Stability in the Second Decade.

Author: David M. Olson,Gabriella Ilonszki; Publisher: Routledge ISBN: Category: Political Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» At the end of the "founding" or initial decade, the new parliaments of post-Communist Europe had developed two distinct types: democratic and presidentially-dominated.

It assesses the present position of the party within the German political system shortly before the second 'Superwahljahr' in Germany. It also examines its relations with other post-communist parties in Europe and evaluates the state of its relations with the other political parties competing for the left-of-centre vote in the new Länder.

After reading Marc Howard’s book, I am convinced that the differences between the political experience of the post-communist countries of Europe and the post-authoritarian states of Latin America are not merely differences of degree but differences of kind.

The linkage between political parties and the state in post-communist Europe can be analysed in three different dimensions: the dependence of parties on the state, the management of parties by the.

Russia's historically influenced combination of federalism and super-presidentialism, coupled with a post-communist redistribution of resources to regional political machines and oligarchic financial-industrial groups, produced and sustained powerful party-substitutes that have largely squeezed Russia's real parties out, damaging Russia's.

Political Parties in Post-Communist Eastern Europe is the first textbook to survey the course of party developments in eastern Europe as a whole in the post-Communist period.

This book relates the specifics of the post-communist situation to the broader picture of the early stages of party development in western Europe and also to contemporary models of party organisation in established Brand: Taylor And Francis. I am a professor in the Department of Political Science at Stanford University.

My research interests include political parties, state development and transformation, informal political institutions, religion and politics, and post-communist politics. In my first book, Redeeming the Communist Past, I examined the paradox of the communist successor parties in East Central.

Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. Contents. Transitions to democracy in East Central Europe-- Russia's transition from Communism-- state building in post-Communist Russia-- Russia's post-Communist political parties and social movements-- comparative conclusions.

The Regulation of Post-communist Party Politics book concentrates on the regulation of political parties in the EU post-communist democracies, and on Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic. She is the author of Political Parties in Post-communist Societies: Formation, Persistence and Change (Palgrave McMillan, ) and co-editor of Party Patronage and Party Government in European Democracies (OUP ).Cited by: 4.

This book concentrates on the regulation of political parties in the EU post-communist democracies, and on Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Romania, in particular. The state provided resources in the form of state subventions, but many countries such as Estonia and Poland did not introduce state funding of political parties until the second half of the s and in the case of Latvia 15 years after it regained its independence it remained one of the four European countries (along with Luxembourg.

The question of how political parties are, and ought to be, regulated has assumed an increased importance in recent years, both within the scholarly community and among policy-makers and politicians as the state assumes an increasingly active role in the management of, and control over, their behaviour and organisation.

A political party is an organized group of people who have the same ideology, or who otherwise have the same political positions, and who field candidates for elections, in an attempt to get them elected and thereby implement the party's agenda.

While there is some international commonality in the way political parties are recognized and in how they operate, there are often many differences. This article discusses political parties in Russia. The Russian Federation has a multi-party of six parties have members in the federal parliament, the State Duma, with one dominant party (United Russia).

After the Perestroika reforms in the s Russia had over registered parties, but the people elected to the State Duma represented only a small number of parties.The book discusses the interplay between religion and politics in six major areas of public affairs—nationalism and ethnic identity; confronting the communist past; restitution of Greek Catholic property abusively confiscated by communist authorities; elections and membership in political parties; religious instruction in public schools at.Anna Grzymala-Busse is a professor in the Department of Political Science, the Michelle and Kevin Douglas Professor of International Studies, senior fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and the director of The Europe research interests include political parties, state development and transformation, informal political institutions, religion and politics.