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Therefore, with this article I aim to make a new contribution to our understanding of local party politics in Indonesia by examining the format and institutionalization of local party systems in the period prior to the 2014 election.
Political parties and party systems are crucial institutions for the functioning of a modern representative democracy.
At the end of the 1990s and in the 2000s, the Czech party system was referred to a number of experts at home and abroad as more-or-less structured, established and relatively stable, and/or as one of the most stable party systems in the region of post-communist Central and Eastern Europe (see, e.
aims both to systematically classify these economic policies and to draw a definitive link between the strength of party systems and the reforms implemented.
In Party Systems and Country Governance, written with Korean scholar Jin-Young Kwak, we ask, "Does the quality of the party system affect the quality of governance?
It is a particular added value for the book that it blends the theoretical knowledge about the development of party systems in the new democracies, with region-specific inputs, which have been enriched by the authors' knowledge of the local languages and the use of primary sources.
countries with an open policy and tradition of immigration, migration has exercised a great influence on party systems and election results.
Worldwide, nations with weak party systems have low participation in elections.
0 features an open architecture and HL7 compliant design, which allows it to integrate with third party systems, including CPOE and EMR platforms," said Ted White, Intercede Health CEO.
AT THE HEIGHT OF THE "THIRD WAVE" OF DEMOCRATIZATION--IN THE mid-1990s--Mainwaring and Scully (1995) made a startling observation that has significantly shaped the research agenda in the field of party politics and electoral studies: party systems in new democracies are, by and large, characterized by much lower levels of institutionalization than party systems in established democracies.
Post-Communist EU Member States: Parties and Party Systems (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006).
Throughout the history o countries with an open policy and tradition o immigration, migration has exercised a great influence on party systems and election results.