Against this backdrop spring two questions: Why have the immigrant-receiving states historically permitted high levels of immigration? Cross of the Order of Merit, Germany, 2002. In 1949, the VdU was founded as a national-liberal alternative to the main Austrian parties. At their origin, national liberals, although pro-business, were not necessarily advocates of and per se and sometimes favoured cooperation between the government and the national industry, moderate levels of protectionism, the establishment of preferential custom unions, subsidies for infant industry or companies considered of national strategic importance and various forms of industrial planning. European Institute for Policy Making, Brussels, Belgium, director, 1981-86. However, although several studies about specific contexts exist in the literature, an exhaustive comparative typological analysis of the role of religion in party politics is still missing. Religion can influence party politics in several ways: directly, through the activity of explicitly religious parties; indirectly, both through the lobbying activity of institutional actors such as churches and religious non-governmental organizations, and through the influence of religious values on the manifestos of non-explicitly religious parties.
But what if the core ideas of a party are slowly becoming unappealing for its own electorate?. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Liberal parties in the Netherlands Hans Daalder and Ruud Koole; 8. Liberalism in France John Frears; 7. Zapraszamy do zapoznania się z ofertą podręczników oraz lektur do nauki języka angielskiego Wydawnictwa Cambridge U P. Sperling The Future of European Security, 1994; with J.
It incorporated an array of political movements, including free market liberals, populists, former Nazis and German nationalists, all of whom had been unable to join either of the two main parties. In the endeavor to answer these and related questions, this introduction to the Special Issue on Religious Parties initially provides some conceptual clarifications and offers an overview of the relevant literature. The Swedish Liberal Party: the politics of unholy alliances Ulf Lindstrom and Ingemar Worlund; 11. W przypadku pytań lub wątpliwości prosimy o kontakt. Does religion itself play a role? The Norwegian Liberal Party: from political pioneer to political footnote Forn Y. Detailed analysis coupled with an innovative application of the party families approach, makes this essential reading for students of party politics.
From United Kingdom to U. This volume fills the gap with an exploration of the successes and failures experienced by ethnoregionalist parties in post-war Europe. Identifying liberal parties Peter Humphreys and Michael Steed; 17. Category: Political Science Author : Anthony M. It then analyses post-war West-European Christian Democratic parties and also evolution of this ideology in the Czech lands, where are analyzed also the ideological differences of Christian Democratic youth organizations.
This book is a comparative study of liberal parties in Western Europe, examining the role and development of liberal parties within individual countries; their internal party structure and organization; electoral audience; coalitions and government participation; party programmes and strategies; and international and cross-national links. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Among these are Christian social teaching, solidarism, personalism, ordoliberalism and the concept of social-market economy derived from it. Ambivalence revisited: an analysis of liberal party manifestos since 1945 Derek Hearl; 18. Kirchner and David Broughton; 5. The saliency of religious parties in recent democratic consolidation processes forces the discipline to reconsider key questions on party change: Under what conditions do radical religious parties moderate? Die Rolle der Europäischen Interessenverbände, Nomos Verlag Baden-Baden, Germany , 1981. This book is a comparative study of liberal parties in Western Europe, examining the role and development of liberal parties within individual countries; their internal party structure and organization; electoral audience; coalitions and government participation; party programmes and strategies; and international and cross-national links.
Liberal nationalists, such as , were looking towards a democratic Germany in cooperation with the other European powers. Public Service Unions and the European Community, 1983; and contrib. As a fact, SaS is not a member of the , but of the , along with conservative and Eurosceptic parties. Moreover, using data collected through the Vote Advice Application data, the paper will also tap into the differences which still persist or which are fading away in the attitude of the right-wing versus the left-wing electorate on the issues related to religion. Primarily aimed at scholars and students in comparative politics, this book should especially appeal to scholars in the fields of political parties and party systems, representation and elections, voting behavior, and public opinion.
Sperling Recasting the European Order, 1997; Decentralisation and Transition: The Visegrad Countries, 1999; with T. Contributor to scholarly journals, including European Foreign Affairs Review, Studio Diplomatica, Contemporary European Security Policy, Journal of Common Market Studies, and Asia-Europe Journal. However, the party has never been classified as national-liberal by third-party sources. Danish national liberals supported and thus Scandinavian unity. From United Kingdom to U.
Western European liberal parties: developments since 1945 and prospects for the future Emil J. Liberalism in Denmark: agrarian, radical and still influential Alastair H. By examining the political relevance of different party families, Hloušek and Kopecek are able to assess the validity of this typology in the analysis of the transformation of political parties in this region. With chapters devoted to social democrats, greens, the far right and left amongst many others, this book charts the parties' origins, ideologies, and international ties alongside their Western European counterparts. During the , the national-liberal camp was gathered into the. SaS leader described himself both as a liberal and as a nationalist, but later corrected himself by saying that he was a liberal and a while condemning , and and opposing the withdrawal of Slovakia from the.