Intra-party Functioning and Decision-making

Democracy
 
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Panel Number
P188
Panel Chair
Matthias Dilling
University of Oxford
Panel Discussant
Patricia Correa Vila
Aston University
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Time
08/09/2017 17:40
Location
Building: BL20 Helga Engs hus Floor: Basement Room: HE U30
Abstract
This panel looks at key intra-party decisions (leadership and candidate selection processes) and the role of key party bodies such as party congresses in a novel manner.

The main focus is the decision-making rationale of parties in the recruitment process of their political personnel: the choice of selection criteria and the adoption of business-like practices, or the valuation on specific traits or career patterns.

The panel also looks at long-term changes in intra-party procedures and at the main triggers of change, as well as the consequences of these changes on the parties’ electoral and governmental performances.

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Czech Party Congresses: Insuring Democracy or Reinforcing Leadership? View Paper Details
Leader as a Focal Point: New Political Entrepreneurs and the Candidate Selection in the Czech Republic View Paper Details
Party Organization and Candidate Selection in Transitional Democracies: The South Korean Case View Paper Details
What does to be Internally Democratic Mean? A Comparative Study of the Italian Democratic Party and the Five Stars Movement View Paper Details
Why Sometimes Primaries? The Erratic Movement towards Intra-Party Democratization in Germany and Spain View Paper Details
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