6 edition of Political transformations and political entrepreneurs found in the catalog.
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|LC Classifications||JQ1830.A95 M49 2009|
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|LC Control Number||2009010767|
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Overall, the book is a timely contribution following the pace of political change and conflict transformation in Myanmar. The volume will be of interest to scholars and readers of Myanmar politics, comparative politics, Asian ethnography, and peace studies. Building on the unique insights, rich examples and personal stories of centrist political entrepreneurs distilled from 40 in-depth interviews, the book guides the reader through each of the key stages of Political Entrepreneurship (understanding, envisioning, .
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Review. "Political Transformations and Political Entrepreneurs offers refreshing insights into why democracies decide to alter the rules of the political game, how these processes occur, and what factors ensure their durability. By combining institutional analysis with a close study of the behavior of political entrepreneurs, Assaf Meydani succeeds in linking institution and agency into a compelling analysis Cited by: About this book This book presents a theoretical framework based on the empirical context of the Israeli political system to evaluate under what conditions and in what ways can fundamental institutional changes occur in a democratic political system.
This book presents a theoretical framework based on the empirical context of the Israeli political system to Political transformations and political entrepreneurs book under what conditions and in what ways Political Transformations and Political Entrepreneurs Israel in Comparative Perspective.
Political Entrepreneurs and Institutional Change: Cancellation of the Direct Election of the. "A splendid book, Political Entrepreneurs analyzes continuity and change in European politics, as emerging challenger parties deploy policy innovation and antiestablishment rhetoric to destabilize existing party systems.
De Vries and Hobolt develop an innovative theory that presents the rise of challenger parties as analogous to the ‘creative destruction’ that emerging firms create in the Released on: J Summary: "Political Transformations and Political Entrepreneurs explores the processes of political transformations in democracies as a result of the actions of political entrepreneurs who operate within structural and cultural variables.
The political entrepreneur is to be found in the public sector. However, the public entrepreneur not only acts in relation to other public actors, but also in relation to the business sector with entrepreneurs.
To discuss and understand who is the political entrepreneur is therefore to explore the relationships and networks between the public sector and the business sector, the entrepreneurs. This study explores the processes of political transformations in democracies as a result from the actions ofPolitical Entrepreneurs who operate within structural and cultural variables.
This chapter examines six fundamental political issues in the political transformation process which were significant for enterprise management. The first is the treatment of the ancien régime and the tension between de-Communization and depoliticization.
The second is the process of regime legitimation and the development of a ‘civic culture’ capable of supporting new political institutions. The book also highlights the role of citizens, as innovators, entrepreneurs, green consumers and members of social movements. Green transformations must be both ‘top-down’, involving elite alliances between states and business, but also ‘bottom up’, pushed by grassroots innovators and entrepreneurs, and part of wider mobilisations among.
This book stands out for charting the impact of political conservatism on voting and elections and its reshaping of voluntary associations, pressure groups, and government institutions and policy."—Lawrence R. Jacobs, University of Minnesota "The Transformation of American Politics has so much going for it.
The contributors to this volume are. This book acknowledges the severe problems with effective and significant collective action, but it arrives at a more optimistic diagnosis of our time by rethinking the political from the angle of the experiences with progressive and conservative collective action in different parts of.
This book is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License Towards a Systematic Conceptualization of Politics Political science is the systematic study of governments, of the methods by which governments seek to control people, and of the techniques through which people try to influence government.
It is a science that attempts to. This hypothesis is tested in case studies on the role of constitutional courts in political transformations, on the methods of these courts, and on transnational judicial interactions. Reviews 'Because of the richness of its perspectives, Landfried’s book is a valuable resource for scholars of constitutionalism grappling with this new wave of.
The vector X represents a complete set of control variables that include the human capital of entrepreneurs and other political connection measures, and industry and provincial dummies.
We hypothesize that firm profitability is larger when the firm owner is. Meydani A. () Institutional Change as an Interaction between Political and Social Players—The Role of Political Entrepreneurs.
In: Political Transformations and Political Entrepreneurs. Palgrave Macmillan, New York. Book Description This book examines the long-term evolution of political regimes and public finances in Europe.
Using a novel combination of descriptive, case study, and statistical methods, the book performs a systematic investigation of a new Reviews: 1. View description.
This book offers an analytical explanation for the origins of and change in property institutions on the American frontier during the nineteenth century. Its scope is interdisciplinary, integrating insights from political science, economics, law and history. There are some things that people will always need, such as food, and political developments are unlikely to affect these areas.
If you’re an entrepreneur but you don’t have an idea yet, watching politics could be the perfect way to generate a new concept that. This work looks at the political transformation and the changes which have taken place in Uganda since the country won independence in October It is a work of history and political analysis; it is also a comparative study of the governments and regimes the country has had, starting with the democratic dispensation under Prime Minister - later President - Milton Obote that degenerated.
The book examines contemporary political transformations, including state restructuring and federalism processes, and explores different models of federalism by a variety of experts in detail; this is done with a view to making specific findings on the required institutional reform measures for the improvement of Dalit inclusion and.
In this book, Catherine De Vries and Sara Hobolt explore why some challenger parties are so successful and what mainstream parties can do to confront these political entrepreneurs. Drawing analogies with how firms compete, De Vries and Hobolt demonstrate that political change is as much about the ability of challenger parties to innovate as it.
political transformations empires and encounters chapter 13 ap world history sofisandoval 2. EARLY MODERN ERA • Chapter 13 to 15 are conventionally labeled as “Early Modern Era”.
– historians are suggesting that during these three centuries we can find some initial signs of markers of the modern world.the political system.5 These two literatures often incor- porate a third approach based on the new institutionalism, which emphasizes the role of political entrepreneurs in shaping, changing, and consolidating political institu- tions.6 We should also note that although there are dis- tinct elements in these approaches, much of the existing.