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Institutionalization and De-Institutionalization of Political Organizations

Interest Groups
Political Parties
Social Movements
Institutions
08
Lars Svåsand
Universitetet i Bergen
Robert Harmel
Texas A&M University
PE Panel
Building: SNS - Palazzo della Carovana Floor: 1 Room: Aula Mancini Building: SNS - Palazzo della Carovana Floor: 1 Room: Aula Mancini Building: SNS - Palazzo della Carovana Floor: 1 Room: Aula Mancini Building: SNS - Palazzo della Carovana Floor: 1 Room: Aula Mancini

The primary foci of this workshop are the institutionalization and de-institutionalization of political organizations, including but not limited to parties, pressure groups, and political movements involved in democratic processes. Papers on individual organizations or comparing across organizations are both germane. (In addition to papers on institutionalization and de-institutionalization per se, studies of organizations which have gone far in some aspects of the institutionalization process but which have not achieved complete institutionalization are also germane to this workshop.) The central intent is to identify the factors and specific processes involved in taking organizations from birth to institution-hood, and in some cases from institution-hood to decay and eventually collapse, and to identify the situational factors which make certain combinations of factors and processes effective in some contexts and not others.

Title Details
The Resilience of a 'Family Business Party': The Institutionalization, De-Institutionalization and Re-Institutionalization of Finnish Populism View Paper Details
Deinstitutionalizing Power of Decision-Making Personalization: The Paradigmatic Case of the Serbian Communist-Successor Party View Paper Details
Institutionalising Armed Militancy View Paper Details
Party Development in New Divided Democracies: The Case of the Democratic Alliance in South Africa View Paper Details
The Relevance of Coalition Agreements for Party Institutionalization View Paper Details
Party Decline and Political Personalization View Paper Details
A Spiral of Deinstitutionalization? Taiwan’s Kuomintang Party (KMT) and the Drama of the 2016 Presidential Candidate Nomination View Paper Details
Issues in the Study of Party Institutionalization View Paper Details
Inverse Relationship between Party and Party System Institutionalization: The Transformation of Postwar Japanese Party Politics View Paper Details
Patterns of Party Institutionalization in the Czech Republic View Paper Details
Does Ideological Challenger Status Bring Home Party Gains? View Paper Details
The Judean People’s Front vs. the People’s Front of Judea – Defections and Legislative Party Switching in New Political Parties View Paper Details
When Professionals Take Over View Paper Details
New Political Parties and the Challenge of Institutionalization in Argentine Party Systems. An Analysis of the Propuesta Republicana Party View Paper Details
Is the Whole the Product of the Parts? The Institutionalization of European Political Parties and Party Systems since 1848 View Paper Details
The Institutionalization of Political Parties in Europe View Paper Details
Afghan Political Parties in the Electoral Arena and their (feeble) Institutionalization View Paper Details
Everything is Changing…or Not? Institutionalizing Party Leader Selection Rules in Western Europe View Paper Details
Uneven Institutionalisation of Polish Greens 2004-2015 View Paper Details
The Institutionalization of Party Organizations in a New Environment: The Party-on-the-Web View Paper Details
Institutionalization of a Charismatic Movement Party: The Case of the Croatian Democratic Union View Paper Details