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Religion and Political Theory: Secularism, Accommodation and The New Challenges of Religious Diversity, Edited by Jonathan Seglow and Andrew Shorten

Party Organization

Comparative Politics
 
Democracy
 
Political Parties
 
Panel Number
P293
Panel Chair
Jo Saglie
Institute for Social Research, Oslo
Panel Discussant
Jo Saglie
Institute for Social Research, Oslo

Time
10/09/2016 14:00 - 15:40
Location
Building: Faculty of Arts Floor: 1 Room: FA104
Abstract
This panel engages in the analysis of political parties as organizations. While parties are all geared towards – more or less – the same goals, they do organize in different ways. The party literature has analyzed variations in party institutionalization, cohesion, professionalization, centralization, and many other organizational features. It is often a set of organizational characteristics that defines broader party types, like the catch-all or the cartel party. In this panel several dimensions of decision making in party organization will be discussed, including the processes of leadership selection and the functioning of party congresses.

Paper List


Title Details
Czech Political Parties and their Congresses View Paper Details
Intra Party Democracy and Leadership Selection Methods – A Comparative Analysis View Paper Details
Measuring and evaluating intra-party democracy in Croatia View Paper Details
The ascendancy of the party in public office: a general or party type specific phenomenon? New cross-temporal evidence from Finland View Paper Details
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