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Coalitional presidentialism in comparative perspective : minority presidents in multiparty systems

Author: Paul Chaisty; Nic Cheeseman; Timothy J Power
Publisher: Oxford Oxford University Press 2020
Series: Oxford studies in democratization
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book provides the first cross-regional study of an increasingly important form of politics: coalitional presidentialism.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Chaisty; Nic Cheeseman; Timothy J Power
ISBN: 9780198817208 0198817207 9780198860860 0198860862
OCLC Number: 1164155789
Notes: Originally published: 2018.
Description: xii, 267 Seiten : Illustrationen
Contents: 1: The Rise of Minority Presidentialism2: Coalitional Presidentialism in Cross-Regional Perspective3: The Embedded Costs of Power Sharing: Coalition Formation in Multiparty Presidentialism4: Toward a Framework for Analysis: The Presidential Toolbox5: Legislative Powers and Coalition Management6: Cabinet Authority and Coalition Management7: Partisan Powers and Coalition Management8: Budgetary Authority and Coalition Management9: The Exchange of Favours and Coalition Management10: Minority Presidents in a Coalitional World: Comparative Perspectives on the Tools of GovernanceAppendix A: English Version of CPP Survey Questionnaire
Series Title: Oxford studies in democratization
Responsibility: Paul Chaisty, Nic Cheeseman, Timothy J. Power.

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Chaisty, Cheeseman, and Power systematically canvass the tools that minority presidents use to govern. No other work combines this level of insight into comparative constitutional design with such Read more...

 
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