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by Gideon Rahat,Reuven Y. Hazan


Political Parties and their Leaders: Power and Selection in Comparative Perspective. As a consequence, our analysis can shed considerable light on contemporary debates about intra-party democracy.

Political Parties and their Leaders: Power and Selection in Comparative Perspective. Our goal in this project is to develop, and apply empirically, an analytical framework for assessing how a party's selection procedures define what it wants from its leader. The framework emphasise s not just what should happen according to party rules, but also the "real story" of how the process actually unfolds. The project is funded by the Foundation for Baltic and East European Studies.

Candidate selection methods are the mechanisms by which a party chooses its candidates for the general elections

Candidate selection methods are the mechanisms by which a party chooses its candidates for the general elections. It may be the function that separates parties from other organizations. For such an important function, this field has certainly faceda dearth of serious investigation. Hazan and Rahat, the leading scholars on this topic, conduct an in-depth analysis of the consequences of different candidate selection methods on democracy. This book is a culmination of almost t.

Chair in Israeli Democracy and Politics. Department of Political Science. Hazan and Rahat give us the first systematic framework for describing and analyzing candidate selection methods within political parties

Chair in Israeli Democracy and Politics. Hazan and Rahat give us the first systematic framework for describing and analyzing candidate selection methods within political parties. Following in the tradition of Schattschneider, Dahl, and Sartori, they also give us a powerful corrective to the mantra that more internal democracy will automatically both reverse party decline and improve democracy at the system level. Richard Katz, Johns Hopkins University. Compared with the dramatic hoop-la of election campaigns, the prior process of nominating candidates has long remained hidden.

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Candidate selection, political parties, and democracy Index . 1. What is candidate selection and why is it important for understanding politics? 2. Candidacy 3. The selectorate 4. Decentralization 5. Appointment and voting systems 6. Participation 7. Representation 8. Competition 9. Responsiveness 10. Candidate selection, political parties, and democracy Index. View PDF. Save to Library.

Hazan, Reuven . and Gideon Rahat. Democracy Within Parties: Candidate Selection Methods and Their Political Consequences. Oxford: Oxford University Press. The Personalisation of Politics: A Study of Parliamentary Democracies. Colchester: ECPR Press. Katz, Richard S. 2001. Cite this chapter as: Vandeleene . De Winter . Baudewyns P. (2019) Conclusion: Studying Candidates, Parties and Voters. Lessons Learned and New Questions. In: Vandeleene . (eds) Candidates, Parties and Voters in the Belgian Partitocracy. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Democracy Within Parties : Candidate Selection Methods and Their Political Consequences. by Reuven Hazan and Gideon Rahat.

Can too much participation harm democracy? Democratic theory places great importance upon the conduct of elections, but it is not often recognized that the electoral game takes place in two arenas, not only between parties but also within them. This pioneering book presents a new approach to understanding political parties. It sheds light on the inner dynamics of party politics and offers the first comprehensive analysis of one of the most important processes any party undertakes--its process of candidate selection. Candidate selection methods are the mechanisms by which a party chooses its candidates for the general elections. It may be the function that separates parties from other organizations. For such an important function, this field has certainly faced a dearth of serious investigation. Hazan and Rahat, the leading scholars on this topic, conduct an in-depth analysis of the consequences of different candidate selection methods on democracy. Democracy within Parties is a culmination of almost two decades of research and defines the field of candidate selection. Comparative Politics is a series for students, teachers, and researchers of political science that deals with contemporary government and politics. Global in scope, books in the series are characterised by a stress on comparative analysis and strong methodological rigour. The series is published in association with the European Consortium for Political Research. For more information visit www.essex.ac.uk/ecpr (http://www.essex.ac.uk/ecpr)The General Editor is Professor David M. Farrell, School of Politics and International Relations, University College Dublin.
Democracy within Parties: Candidate Selection Methods and their Political Consequences (Comparative Politics) ebook
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Gideon Rahat,Reuven Y. Hazan
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