French Politics: Debates and Controversies

Routledge, 2000 - 216 páginas
This text presents basic information about the French political system, and analyzes in detail important debates and controversies concerning French politics today. It explores the numerous ways in which French politics can be interpreted, concluding that study of this subject is being transformed in response to a changing global, European and domestic environment. Elgie and Griggs provide an overview of contemporary controversies in the field, examining topical issues of the late 20th century. It includes coverage of: the changing parameters of state intervention; the relationship between president and prime minister; interpretations of voting behaviour; the nature of interest group politics; and the impact of moves towards European integration.

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Robert Elgie is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Nottingham. He has published widely in the field of French, European and comparative politics. His previous publications include The Role of the Prime Minister in France and Semi-Presidentialism in Europe.
Steven Griggs is Senior Lecturer in Public Policy at Staffordshire University. He has published widely in journals including West European Politics, Parliamentary Affairs and Modern and Contemporary France.

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