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Friday, February 26th, 2016

The System of Political Party Funding as a Sign of Weakly Institutionalized Party System in Slovakia

This text deals with the issues of the financing of the political parties in Slovakia. We are coming out of the assumption that the Slovak system of the political party funding is based on the multi-funding, but the contributions from the government budget will form the most dominant source of...
Friday, October 9th, 2015

Factors Affecting Green Party Development: Explaining the Decline of Green Parties in Slovenia

This article tests the thesis that the internal agential characteristics of the Green party segment in a relatively open and dynamic party system are a crucial factor in the long–term success or failure of Green parties in that system. The case study of Slovenia offers a natural laboratory to test...
Friday, October 9th, 2015

Stable or not? Patterns of party system dynamics and the rise of the new political parties in the Czech Republic

The text analyses the stability and dynamics of the party system in the Czech Republic after 1989. After summarizing the theoretical discussion about the stability of the party politics, the author applies selected tools for measuring the party system stability within the Czech party system environment. Besides the stability of...
Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

The Ideological Institutionalization of the Romanian Party System

Twenty years after the fall of communism and the rebirth of multiparty politics in Central and Eastern Europe, the party systems evolved from high levels of fragmentation and volatility characterizing the 1990’s (Mair 1997; Rose et al. 1998; Lewis 2000; Birch 2001; van Biezen 2003) to a general continuity and...

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