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Pol. Transitions in Dominate Party Systems

Pol. Transitions in Dominate Party Systems

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Published by Yossra M.Taha

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Published by: Yossra M.Taha on Nov 29, 2011
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Political Transitions in DominantParty Systems
This outstanding anthology has a clear and innovative vision and combinesa series of top quality chapters. I expect that it will become a staple of comparative politics, widely read and cited and assigned in comparative politics core seminars for years to come.Barrett L. McCormick, Marquette UniversityThis is a path-breaking study by leading scholars of comparative politicsexamining the internal transformations of dominant parties in both authoritarianand democratic settings. The principle question examined in this book is whathappens to dominant political parties when they lose or face the very real prospectsof losing? Using country-specific case studies, top-rank analysts in the field focuson the lessons that dominant parties might learn from losing and the adaptationsthey consequently make in order to survive, to remain competitive or to ultimatelyre-gain power.Providing historically based, comparative research on issues of theoreticalimportance,
 Political Transitions in Dominant Party Systems
will be invaluablereading for students and scholars of comparative politics, international politicsand political parties.
Edward Friedman
is a Professor in the Department of Political Science at theUniversity of Wisconsin.
Joseph Wong
is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto, Canada.
Shane J. Barter, Tun-jen Cheng, Alberto Díaz-Cayeros, FedericoEstévez, Edward Friedman, Anna Grzymala-Busse, Antoinette Handley, JohnIshiyama, Cedric Jourde, Byung-Kook Kim, Beatriz Magaloni, Diane K. Mauzy,Christina Murray, T.J. Pempel, Garry Rodan, Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, Lloyd I.Rudolph, Richard Simeon, Laurence Whitehead, Joseph Wong.
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