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Palgrave Handbook of Social Democracy in the European Union - 
      Jean-Michel de Waele
    
      F. Escalona
    
      M. Vieira

Palgrave Handbook of Social Democracy in the European Union

Jean-Michel de Waele (Redaktør) ; F. Escalona (Redaktør) ; M. Vieira (Redaktør)

The nature of social democracy in the countries of the European Union is more significant and better understood than is indicated by the available literature. This thought-provoking handbook aims to redress this disparity by bringing together Political scientists from across Europe to provide a definitive collection on social democracy in the EU. Les mer
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The nature of social democracy in the countries of the European Union is more significant and better understood than is indicated by the available literature. This thought-provoking handbook aims to redress this disparity by bringing together Political scientists from across Europe to provide a definitive collection on social democracy in the EU.
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Forlag: Palgrave Macmillan
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 608
ISBN: 9781137293794
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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"What is 'left' remains the crucial question in European politics, and De Waele, Escalona and Vieira provide an answer to be meditated and remembered by giving an exhaustive, non conventional picture of social democratic parties and singling out the challenges they have to cope with and overcome."

- Leonardo Morlino, President of the International Political Science Association (IPSA), 2009/12 and Professor Political Science, LUISS Guido Carlo University, Italy.

"A remarkably useful compendium analyzing, with a considerable sense of balance, the social democratic left in twenty-seven member-countries of the European Union: history, membership, electoral results, party programmes and, at the end of each essay, a brave attempt to peer into the uncertain future of social democracy. A great tool for comparativists. Thank you!"

- Donald Sassoon, Emeritus Professor of Comparative European History, Queen Mary, University of London, UK

"This Handbook assembles an outstanding group of international experts on social democracy in their respective countries. Its special strength is that all experts speak to the same analytical questions of social democratic party development and thereby systematically cover hard-to-find information on party organization and intra-party dynamics. The Handbook is exceptionally valuable for students of social democracy in a comparative perspective as well as practitioners and country experts who seek to relate social democratic experience in their own to that of other countries. I cannot think of a better source to begin research on European social democracy."

- Herbert Kitschelt, Department of Political Science, Duke University, USA

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List of Tables List of Figures Acknowledgments Notes on the Editors and Contributors PART I: INTRODUCTION 1. The Unfinished History of the Social Democratic Family; Fabien Escalona, Mathieu Vieira and Jean-Michel De Waele PART II WESTERN EUROPE 2. Austria; Anton Pelinka 3. Belgium; Pascal Delwit 4. Cyprus; Hayriye Kahveci 5. Denmark; Jacob Christensen 6. Finland; Michel Hastings 7. France; Fabien Escalona and Mathieu Vieira 8. Germany; Amandine Crespy 9. Greece; Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos 10. Ireland; Michael Holmes 11. Italy; Gianfranco Pasquino 12. Luxembourg; Patrick Dumont, Raphael Kies and Philippe Poirier 13. Malta; Roderick Pace and Michael Briguglio 14. Netherlands; Frans Becker, Gerrit Voerman and Joos van Holsteyn 15. Portugal; Marco Lisi 16. Spain; Paul Kennedy 17. Sweden; Dimitri Tsarouhas 18. United Kingdom; Florence Faucher PART III CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE 19. Bulgaria; Antony Todorov 20. Czech Republic; Michel Perottino and Martin Pola ek 21. Estonia; Vello Pettai and Juhan Saharov 22. Hungary; Andras Biro Nagy 23. Latvia; Janis Ikstens 24. Lithuania; Algis Krupavicius 25. Poland; Anna Paczesniak 26. Romania; Sorina Soare 27. Slovakia; Darina Malova 28. Slovenia; Alenka Kra ovec PART IV CONCLUSION 29. Social Democrats Today: Tribe, Extended Family, or Club?; George Ross Index
Frans Becker is Deputy Director at Wiardi Beckman Foundation
Andras Biro Nagy is Lecturer in Political Science, Cornvius University and ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary
Michael Briguglio is Doctor in Sociology
Jacob Christensen is Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Amandine Crespy is Assistant Professor of Political Science and EU Studies, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Pascal Delwit is Professor of Political Science, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belguim
Patrick Dumont is Researcher in Political Science, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Fabien Escalona is PhD candidate in Political Science , PACTE, University of Grenoble, France
Florence Faucher is Research Fellow in Political Science, Sciences Po Paris, France
Michel Hastings is Professor of Political Science, Sciences Po Lille, France
Michael Holmes is Lecturer in Politics, University of Liverpool, UK
Joos van Holsteyn is Senior Lectuer and Supernumerary Professor in electoral research, University of Leiden, The Netherlands
Janis Ikstens is Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Latvia, Latvia
Hayriye Kahveci is Instructor at Political Science and International Relations Programme, METU NCC
Paul Kennedy is Lecturer in Spanish and European Studies, University of Bath, UK
Raphael Kies is Researcher in Political Science, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Alenka Kra ovec is Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Algis Krupavicius is Associate Professor of Political Science, Kaunas University of Technology and Vytautas University, Kaunas, Lithuania
Marco Lisi is Lecturer in Political Science, New University of Lisbon, Portugal
Darina Malova is Professor of Political Science, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia
Roderick Pace is Professor of Political Science and Director of the European Documentation and Research Centre, University of Malta
Anna Paczesniak is Lecturer in Political Science, Wroclaw University and Associated Researcher at CEVIPOL, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Gianfranco Pasquino is Professor of Political Science, University of Bologna and Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Bologna Center of the Johns Hopkins University, Italy
Anton Pelinka is Professor of Political Science and Nationalism Studies, Central European University of Budapest and Director, Institute of Conflict Resaerch, Vienna, Austria
Michel Perottino is Political scientist, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
Vello Pettai is Professor of Comparative Politics, University of Tartu, Estonia
Philippe Poirier is at the Head of the Research Program on European Governance, University of Luxembourg; Responsible for the Chair in Legislative Studies of the Chamber of Deputies of Luxembourg; Associate Professor in Political Science, College des Bernardins and University of Paris Sorbonne, France
Martin Pola ek is Lecturer in Political Science, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
George Ross is Professor Emeritus of Lbor and Social Thought, Brandeis University; Chaire Jean Monnet ad personam, University of Montreal, Canada
Juhan Saharov PdD candidate in Political Science, University of Tartu, Estonia
Sorina Soare is Researcher in Political Science, University of Florence and Associate researcher at CEVIPOL, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos is Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Administration, University of Athens, Greece
Antony Todorov is Associate Professor of Political Science, New Bulgarian University of Sofia, Bulgaria
Dimitri Tsarouhas is Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Bikent, Ankara, Turkey
Mathieu Vieira is ATER at Sciences Po Lille, PhD candidate in Political Science, Sciences Po Grenoble and Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Gerrit Voerman is Professor of Development and Functioning of the Dutch and European party system and Director of Documentation Centre Dutch Political Parties, University of Groningen, The Netherlands