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Change and Adaptation in Contemporary Party Organisations: Comparative Perspectives

Comparative Politics
Elections
Institutions
Political Participation
Political Parties
P033
Emilie Van Haute
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Emilie Van Haute
Université Libre de Bruxelles

Thursday 11:00 - 12:40 (08/09/2016)

Building: Faculty of Arts Floor: 1 Room: FA104

Abstract

This panel engages with contemporary debates in party scholarship concerning change and adaptation in party organisations. Papers examine the nature of modern organisational arrangements and change from several different perspectives: the internal distribution of power (whether between levels of the party or actors/groups within it), pressures exerted by the institutional environment and the logics of electoral competition (on party development and candidate selection), and finally the changing nature of the media environment.

Title Details
Party Networks, Contestation and Intra-Party Democracy View Paper Details
Multilevel party organisation in Brazil, Spain and the UK: measuring subnational autonomy and influence in statewide parties View Paper Details
Candidate Selection in Post-Communist Europe: How and why did it change? View Paper Details
Minor parties in unwelcome circumstance: Green Parties in the Philippines, Japan and Indonesia View Paper Details
How do actors rationalise mediatisation adaption strategies? The Liberal Party of Australia 1983-2013 View Paper Details