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Executive-Legislative Behaviour

Government
Parliaments
Representation
INN104
Svenja Krauss
University of Vienna
Maria Thürk
University of Basel

Building: B, Floor: 3, Room: 303

Thursday 16:15 - 18:00 (25/08/2022)


Abstract

The relationship between the executive and the legislature is one fundamental aspect of every democratic country. Especially in parliamentary systems, the executive and the legislature are importantly intertwined and are therefore highly dependent on each other. This dependency can have important implications for the behaviour of parties and MPs. This panel invites submissions that deal with the relationship between the parliament and the government and how this relationship influences the behaviour of the involved actors such as MPs and parties.

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