1st Edition

Understanding Party System Change in Western Europe

By Peter Mair, Gordon Smith Copyright 1990
    196 Pages
    by Routledge

    by Routledge

    Published in the year 1990, Understanding Party System Change in Western Europe is a valuable contribution to the field of Politics.

    Introduction:; Chapter 1 Dimensions of Party System Change: The Case of Austria, K.R. Luther; Chapter 2 Patterns of Part Icipation and Competition in Belgium, Kris Deschouwer; Chapter 3 Denmark: The Oscillating Party System, Lars Bille; Chapter 4 Stages and Dynamics in the Evolution of the French Party System, Howard Machin; Chapter 5 Party Strategies and System Change in the Netherlands, Bart Tromp; Chapter 6 Party System Change In West Germany: Land-Federal Linkages, Geoffrey K. Roberts; Chapter 7 Party Strategy and Centre Domination in Italy, Mark Donovan; Chapter 8 Ireland: From Predominance to Moderate Pluralism, and Back Again?, Peter Mair; Chapter 9 Norway: Levels of Party Competition and System Change, Knut Heidar; Chapter 10 Core Persistence: Change and the ‘People's Party’, Gordon Smith; Chapter 11 Continuity, Change and the Vulnerability of Party, Peter Mair; ABSTRACTS;


    Peter Mair, Gordon Smith