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Party system change, the European crisis and the state of democracy
Éditeur Routledge
Année 2018
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of figures; List of tables; Notes on contributors; Preface; 1 Party system change and the European crisis: an introduction; 2 Party system change in Belgium: from stability to fragmentation?; 3 Bulgaria: the failed party system institutionalization; 4 Change and stability in the Danish party system; 5 France: from Sarkozy to Macron, the advent of a new electoral order in the wake of the economic crisis; 6 Tectonic shifts in the party landscape? Mapping Germany's party system changes ; 7 The swift unravelling: party system change and de-institutionalization in Greece during the crisis8 The Hungarian party system from soft to hard populism; 9 The never-ending transformation of the Italian party system; 10 The Phoenix of consensus democracy: party system change in the Netherlands; 11 (In)Stability of the party system in Poland; 12 The times (may) be a-changin'? The Portuguese party system in the twenty-first century; 13 The Romanian party system: cartelization, coalition leverage and elite continuity; 14 From stability to change? The evolution of the party system in Spain ; 15 Soul-searching and political change in the name of the Swedish welfare model16 The British party system(s): fragmented, unstable and very capricious; 17 The impact of the European crisis on party system change: some comparative reflections; Index
Party systems are crucial elements for the functioning of political systems and representative democracies. With several European countries experiencing significant changes recently, it is necessary to update our knowledge. This volume analyses party system changes in Europe in the 21st century by considering several dimensions such as interparty competition, the cleavage structure, electoral volatility and the emergence of new actors. The book describes the principal continuities and changes in party systems in Europe; analyzes the main explanations for these trends; and assesses the impact of the crisis on the patterns observed. By considering a wide range of Western and Eastern European countries, and focusing on the 'parameters' of party system change, this book seeks to fill an important gap in the literature through a comparative analysis of the evolution of party systems in Europe over the last decades. This book will be of key interest to scholars and students of political parties, party systems and politics, electoral behavior as well as more broadly to European politics, comparative politics. political representation and the quality of democracies.
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