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Author: Kurt Richard Luther,Ferdinand Müller-Rommel
Publisher: Oxford University Press (October 20, 2005)
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Party Politics, Volume 10, January 2004 One strength of this volume is that it is more coherent than many of the recently . Kurt Richard Luther is a Senior Lecturer in Politics, Keele University. Ferdinand Muller-Rommel is a Professor of Comparative Politics, Universitat Dusseldorf.

Party Politics, Volume 10, January 2004 One strength of this volume is that it is more coherent than many of the recently published competitor volumes on political parties, and its theoretical frameworks and empirical analyses are more encompassing and carried out more systematically. It is furthermore marked by the consistently high quality of the contributions. Series: Comparative Politics.

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Section I: Introduction 1: Political Parties in a Changing Europe, Kurt Richard . Political and Analytical Challenges. Kurt Richard Luther and Ferdinand Müller-Rommel.

Ferdinand Müller-Rommel is Professor of Political Science at the University of Düsseldorf and Head of the Department of Social Sciences.

I Introduction 1: Political Parties in a Changing Europe, Kurt Richard .

Kurt Richard Luther, Ferdinand Muller-Rommel. The scope and intensity of the challenges currently faced by western European political parties is exceptionally large, threatening the viability of the manner in which they have traditionally operated and causing them to seek new behaviours and strategies

Kurt Richard Luther, Ferdinand Müller-Rommel. Comparative politics. Previous: Political parties in post-communist Eastern Europe.

Kurt Richard Luther, Ferdinand Müller-Rommel. Library availability.

Based on unprecedented cross-national data, the authors find that the process of party government is still alive and well in most contemporary democracies.

Political parties in a changing europe. Dr Luther is a senior lecturer in politics at Keele University. Professor Müller-Rommel is professor of comparative politics at Heinrich-Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany. Political Parties in a Changing Europe. 1. Introduction∗ The analysis of political parties constitutes one of the most important sub-fields of comparative political science and dates back at least as far as the contributions of Ostrogorski (1903, 1964) and Michels (1911).

Political and Analytical Challenges (Comparative Politics). by Kurt Richard Luther, Ferdinand Müller-Rommel

Political and Analytical Challenges (Comparative Politics). by Kurt Richard Luther, Ferdinand Müller-Rommel. Published March 19, 2003 by Oxford University Press, USA. Politics and government, Political parties. The analysis of political parties constitutes one of the most important sub-fields of comparative political science and dates back at least as far as the contributions of Ostrogorski (1903, 1964) and Michels (1911, 1962).

Political Parties in the New Europe. Müller-Rommel, Ferdinand (1993): Grüne Parteien in Westeuropa: Entwicklungsphasen und Erfolgsbedingungen. A Measure with Application to West Europe, in: Comparative Political Studies, 12, S. 3–27. Lafferty, William M. (1994): Die politische Transformation des Staates in Norwegen, in: Pappi, Franz Urban/ Schmitt, Hermann (Hrsg.

The scope and intensity of the challenges currently faced by western European political parties is exceptionally large, threatening the viability of the manner in which they have traditionally operated and causing them to seek new behaviours and strategies. This volume brings together some of the foremost scholars of European party politics, whose evaluation of political parties in "the new Europe" is organised under four broad headings: Parties as Corporate Actors; Parties and Society; Parties and the State and Parties Beyond the Nation State. Each contributor not only provides a concise, critical review of the theoretical and methodological "state of the art" in respect of a specific aspect, but also reviews the latest empirical findings in that area.