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Party Politics at Multiple Levels

Federalism
Political Parties
Regionalism
Party Systems
P294
Jo Saglie
Institute for Social Research, Oslo

Saturday 16:00 - 17:40 (10/09/2016)

Building: Faculty of Arts Floor: 1 Room: FA104

Abstract

The theories on parties and party systems have originally been developed with the party at the level of the nation-state in mind. In the past few decades though – as a result of processes of decentralization and of European integration, more attention is paying paid to the way in which parties behave at different levels and who these levels (also inside parties) relate to each other. This panel will discuss papers that all try to understand political parties in a multi-level political environment.

Title Details
An Economic Explanation of the Nationalization of Electoral Politics View Paper Details
Disentangling National and International Party Politics View Paper Details
Grand coalitions under power sharing unicameralism: From a case of Schleswig-Holstein via combinatorial analysis in German federal states View Paper Details