New Parties in Old Party Systems

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Opis: New Parties in Old Party Systems - Nicole Bolleyer

New Parties in Old Party Systems addresses a pertinent yet neglected issue in comparative party research: why are some new parties that enter national parliament able to defend a niche on the national level, while other fail to do so? Unlike most existing studies, which strongly focuses on electoral (short-term) success or particular party families, this book examines the conditions for the organizational persistence and electoral sustainability of the 140, organizationally new parties that entered their national parliaments in seventeen democracies from 1968 to 2011. It covers a wide variety of programmatic profiles and performance trajectories. The book presents a new theoretical perspective on party institutionalization, which considers the role of both structural and agential factors driving party evolution. It thereby fills some important lacunae in current cross-national research. First, it theorizes the interplay between structural (pre)conditions for party building (party origin and modes of party formation) and the choices of party founders and leaders, whose interplay shapes parties' institutionalization patterns crucial for their evolution, before and after entering national parliament. Second, this approach is substantiated empirically by advanced statistical methods assessing the role of party origin for new party persistence and sustainability. These analyses are combined with a wide range of in-depth case studies capturing how intra-organizational dynamics shape party success and failure. By accounting for new parties' longer-term performance, the study sheds light on the conditions under which the spectacular rise of new parties in advanced democracies is likely to substantively change old party systems. Comparative Politics is a series for students, teachers, and researchers of political science that deals with contemporary government and politics. Global in scope, books in the series are characterised by a stress on comparative analysis and strong methodological rigour. The series is published in association with the European Consortium for Political Research. For more information visit: www.ecprnet.eu.1. Introduction ; 2. Disentangling Dimensions and Sources of Party Success: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges ; 3. Between Leadership and Structure Formation: The Challenges of Party Institutionalization ; 4. Patterns of New Party Persistence and Sustainability in 17 Democracies ; 5. The Leadership-Structure Dilemma in Green and Religious New Parties: Short-term Trouble but Long-Term Endurance through Fully-Fledged Institutionalization ; 6. The Leadership-Structure Dilemma in New Liberal and New Left Parties: Short-Term Success but Long-Term Decline through Partial Institutionalization ; 7. The Leadership-Structure Dilemma in Rooted New Right Parties: Reinforcing or Undermining Advantageous Formative Conditions? ; 8. The Leadership-Structure Dilemma in Entrepreneurial New Right Parties: From Disintegration to Fully-Fledged Institutionalization ; 9. Conclusions


Szczegóły: New Parties in Old Party Systems - Nicole Bolleyer

Tytuł: New Parties in Old Party Systems
Autor: Nicole Bolleyer
Producent: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199646067
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 344
Oprawa: Twarda


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