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The role of governments in legislative agenda setting

  1. TitleThe role of governments in legislative agenda setting / edited by Bjørn Erik Rasch and George Tsebelis
    Another authors Rasch, Bjørn Erik, 1953- (Editor)
    Tsebelis, George (Editor)
    PublicationLondon ; New York : Routledge : Taylor & Francis Group, 2011
    Scopexix, 282 s. : il. ; 24 cm
    CountryUnited Kingdom ; United States
    LanguageEnglish
    Edition Routledge/ECPR studies in European political science
    NoteObsah: 1. Governments and legislative agenda setting: an introduction--2. Germany: Limited government agenda control and strong minority rights--3. France: Systematic institutional advantage of government--4. Italy: government alternation and legislative--5. United Kingdom: Extreme dominance by the executive... most of the Time--6. Hungary: changing government advantages - challenging a dominant executive--7. Netherlands: legislative agenda setting and the politics of strategic lock-in--8. Switzerland: Agenda-setting power of government in a separation-of-powers framework--9. Greece: Government as the dominant player--10 Spain: Majoritarian choices, disciplined party government and compliant legislature--11. Portugal: Active and influential parliament--12. Russia: The executive in a leading role--13. Agenda control and veto rights to opposition parties--14. Norway: Institutionally weak governments and parliamentary voting--5. Japan: Decades of partisan advantages impending cabinet's agenda setting power--6.Conclusion
    Obsahuje bibliografie a rejstřík
    Výrazy tezauru vláda * politická reprezentace * legislativa * Evropa
    Klasifikační znaky0431 - Politický život a bezpečnost veřejnosti
    0436 - Výkonná moc a státní správa
    1206 - Prameny a odvětví práva
    ISBN978-0-415-48101-4
    Copy count1, currently available 1
    Document kindSborníky
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    The role of governments in legislative agenda setting

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