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Comparative Perspectives on Party Organization and Party Impact

Party Manifestos
Political Parties
Party Members
Party Systems
P059
Karina Kosiara-Pedersen
University of Copenhagen
Eugenio Pizzimenti
Università di Pisa

Tuesday 15:45 - 17:30 (25/08/2020)


Abstract

Papers in this panel take a broadly comparative view of political parties. Taking advantage of several recent and new cross-national data sources on parties and their institutional environments, they investigate parties’ organizational choices and resources as both causes and consequences of the environments in which parties compete. On the one hand, papers by Borz, by Poguntke, Scarrow & Webb and by Fabre investigate the extent to which party organizational differences reflect their institutional environments. On the other hand, the paper by Calossi & Pizzimenti considers party organization as both a cause and a reflection of parties’ policy priorities, asking whether policy convergence can be traced to differences in how parties organize their relationship with important economic interests. As a group these papers provide insights about the origins and consequences of party organizational differences.

Title Details
New Parties in a Changing Party System: La République En Marche and La France Insoumise View Paper Details
The Dimensionality and Causality of Party Organizational Change: a European Investigation View Paper Details
Towards a True Party Democracy on European Level? Party Institutionalization of Europarties View Paper Details
Comparing Party Organization in Parliamentary and Presidential Democracies: Structures, Resources and Rules View Paper Details