7 edition of Public Opinion, Party Competition, and the European Union in Post-Communist Europe found in the catalog.
August 8, 2006
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert Rohrschneider (Editor), Stephen Whitefield (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
Scholarship on far right parties in Post-Communist Europe has borrowed findings and analytical frameworks from studies on the Western European far right. Similarly, studies on Western European far right parties have increasingly referenced instances of far right success in post-communist states. Thoroughly revised, with new photographs and updated tables and figures, the sixth edition of The European Union explains developments that have brought severe challenges to the Union, such as the Greek crisis, the Brexit, tensions with Russia over Ukraine, and new waves of refugees into Europe. Essential reading for students of European.
On 1 May , the European Union (EU) celebrated the 10th anniversary of its first enlargement to include post-communist states in East Central Europe. (1) Some of the statements made on the occasion reflect a particular understanding of the significance of eastern enlargement, namely in terms of the re-unification of the European continent. I n the spring of , John Feffer, a year-old American, spent several months criss-crossing eastern Europe in hope of unlocking the mystery of its post-communist future and writing a book.
Providing comprehensive insights into the parties and party systems of post-communist EU member states within the framework of each country's specific conditions and developments, this volume examines in particular the cases of Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia. The book concentrates on three main themes: ideological cleavages between parties 5/5(1). BOOK EXCERPT: Providing comprehensive insights into the parties and party systems of post-communist EU member states within the framework of each country's specific conditions and developments, this volume examines in particular the cases of Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia.
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Investigating public scepticism in Eastern Europe towards the EU, this book examines how citizens' and parties' responses Public Opinion integration have been affected by economic, social, institutional and historical circumstances.
Focusing on the importance of normative and instrumental bases of support and opposition for integration provides great insight. : Public Opinion, Party Competition, and the European Union in Post-Communist Europe (): Rohrschneider, R., Whitefield, S.: Books.
Public opinion, party competition, and the European Union in post-communist Europe. [Robert Rohrschneider; Stephen Whitefield;] -- Investigating public and elite skepticism in Eastern Europe towards the European Union, this important book examines how citizens and parties responses to integration has been affected by economic.
Public Opinion, Party Competition, and the European Union in Post-Communist Europe. Editors: Rohrschneider, R., Whitefield, S. (Eds.) Free Preview. Thirty years ago, a wave of optimism swept across Europe as walls and regimes fell, and long-oppressed publics embraced open societies, open markets and a more united Europe.
Three decades later, a new Pew Research Center survey finds that few people in the former Eastern Bloc regret the monumental changes of Rohrschneider, Robert and Stephen Whitefield () ‘Party Positions about the EU: Results from an Expert Survey in Post-Communist Societies’, in Robert Rohrschneider and Stephen Whitefield (eds) Public Opinion, Party Competition and the European Union in Post-Communist Eastern Europe.
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The political constraints created by dismantling central planning and more recently by fulfilling membership criteria for the European Union present eastern European politicians with an unprecedented lack of public policy options in critical areas of government, such as the economy.
East European political parties have thus had little choice but to compete over operating styles rather than. In Public Administration in Post-Communist Countries: Former Soviet Union, Central and Eastern Europe, and Mongolia, expert contributors supply a comprehensive overview and analysis of public administration in their respective post-Communist countries.
Post-Communist Party Systems examines democratic party competition in four post-communist polities in the mids: Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland. Legacies of pre-communist rule turn out to play as much a role in accounting for differences as the institutional differences incorporated in the new democratic rules of the game.
Public Opinion, Party Competition, and the European Union in Post-Communist Europe. Investigating public scepticism in Eastern Europe towards the EU, this book. Abstract. As the European Union (eu) continues to expands “eastward,” we know relatively little about enlargement opinion in post-Communist member states and toward post-Communist candidates’ article develops comparative explanations of enlargement opinion and examines attitudes toward the entries of post-Communist candidates (as of Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, and.
This article assesses the degree of policy responsiveness in the new democracies of post-communist Europe. Panel data on economic reform and public opinion show that public support for reform has a large and significant effect on reform progress.
Where public support for. By examining how post-communist political parties rebuilt the state in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia, Grzymala-Busse explains how even opportunistic political parties will limit their corrupt behavior and abuse of state resources when faced with strong political competition.
European Commission - Public Opinion. Standard Eurobarometer 83 survey (EB83), was carried out between 16 and 27 May in 34 countries or territories: the 28 European Union (EU) Member States, five candidate countries (the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey, Montenegro, Serbia and Albania) and the Turkish Cypriot Community in the part of the country that is not controlled by the.
Representation in New Democracies: Party Stances on European Integration in Post‐Communist Eastern Europe Article in The Journal of Politics 69(4) - November with Reads. Table of Contents. Introduction: A Europe Integrated and United—But Still Diverse. History Matters: Dimensions and Determinants of National Identities among European Populations and Elites ty and Representation in the Perceptions of Political Elites and Public Opinion: A Comparison between Southern and Post-Communist Central-Eastern Europe 4.
Across the 14 European Union countries surveyed, few express positive views of political parties. Only six parties (of the 59 tested) are seen favorably by half or more of the population.
Populist parties across Europe also receive largely poor reviews. Siaroff, ‘Party System Institutionalization in EP and National Elections: Eastern and Southeastern Europe versus Western Europe’, paper presented at conference of the European Union Studies Association, Austin, Texas, March-April In: C.
Ramos, ed. Ideas of Europe in National Political Discourse Bologna: Il Mulino, “Party Ideology and European Integration: An East-West Comparison” with G.
Marks, L. Hooghe, and M. Nelson. In R. Rohrschneider and S. Whitefield, eds. Public Opinion, Party Competition and European Union Integration in Post-Communist Eastern Europe.
Public Opinion Party Competition And The European Union In Post Communist Europe. Author: R. Rohrschneider ISBN: But how much does the concept of political culture add to our empirical understanding of post-Communist Russia? The book's contributors engage with theoretical debates between political culture and competing.Legitimation of the European Union rests on the Treaty System.
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After World War Two, Europe sought to end conflict permanently between France and Germany.Book editor. Public Opinion, Party Competition and the European Union in Eastern Europe, (with Robert Rohrschneider), Palgrave Macmillan, London, Political Culture and Post-Communism, Palgrave Macmillan, London, The New Institutional Architecture of Eastern Europe, Macmillan, London Journal articles.