Government formation in Multi-Level Settings: Party Strategy and Institutional Constraints

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Springer, 8 abr. 2013 - 181 páginas
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This book examines how parties negotiate coalition deals at the subnational level using the examples of Germany and Spain. In such multi-level settings, parties are present at various negotiation tables often having to make difficult choices about their role in the coalition and the relative merits of being in government over the opposition.
 

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Introduction
1
1 Towards a Theory of Coalition Formation in MultiLevel Settings
10
2 Research Design Concepts Methods and Country Selection
33
3 MultiLevel Polities Institutions DecisionMaking Parties and Party Systems
41
4 Regional Coalition Governments in Spain and Germany A Statistical Exploration
68
5 SubNational Coalition Formation as a MultiLevel Game
89
6 Coalition Formation The Process
100
7 Conclusions SubNational Coalition Formation in MultiLevel Settings
133
List of Governments Included in the Conditional Logit Analysis Only Real Governments Listed
152
Additional Tables
155
Notes
158
References
168
Index
179
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IRINA ?TEFURIUC is a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium.

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