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 Nordic Party Members: Linkages in Troubled Times, Edited by Marie Demker, Knut Heidar, and Karina Kosiara-Pedersen

Political Outsiders and the Challenge of Party Politics

Elites
 
Executives
 
Governance
 
Political Parties
 
Political Ideology
 
Political Regime
 
Panel Number
P273
Panel Chair
Despina Alexiadou
University of Strathclyde
Panel Discussant
Eri Bertsou
University of Zurich

Time
05/09/2019 15:50 - 17:30
Location
Building: (Building A) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 3rd floor Room: 308
Abstract
Across regions and political systems voters are increasingly choosing political outsiders as their government or state leaders over party women and men. Some claim business competence, others expertise, and others their closeness to ordinary citizens. What appears to unite these political outsiders is their independence from the ‘broken’ political system. How prevalent is this phenomenon? What explains it? What are the political consequences of it? How have these outsider leaders changed party government as we know it? The four papers in the panel address many of these important questions by providing new data on outsider leaders globally, on the distribution of cabinet post by outsider presidents in Latin America, and the appointments of outsider cabinet ministers in Central and Eastern Europe. In addition, the papers make conceptual contributions by identifying the factors that make outsider leaders unpopular.

Paper List


Title Details
Populist Leadership and Charisma: A Comparison between Farage and Grillo View Paper Details
Potent Executives: The Electoral Strength of Prime Ministers in Central Eastern Europe View Paper Details
The Determinants of the Appointment of Non-Partisans to Coalition Cabinets: The Case of New Democracies View Paper Details
The Rise of Outsider Leaders: A Global Perspective View Paper Details
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