Posts Tagged ‹political parties

Wednesday, May 1st, 2019

Exploring Party Switching in the Post-1989 Romanian Politicians Network from a Complex Network Perspective

The new science of complex networks provides computational tools that are effective at analyzing big data sets from a wide array of scientific fields, ranging from medicine to engineering, technology, and social networks. Here, we explore the party co-affiliation networks of Romanian politicians who were in Parliament after the regime...
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

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...
Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

Factors affecting the long-term success of new parliamentary parties: findings in a post-communist context

This article addresses a gap in the literature concerning the survivability of new political parties in existing parliamentary systems. It focuses on the particularities of post-communist party systems and considers the impact that the recent international financial and economic crisis has had on decreasing the legitimacy of the established parties...

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