4 edition of Regime transitions, elites, and bureaucracies in Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
Regime transitions, elites, and bureaucracies in Eastern Europe
|Other titles||Governance (Oxford, England)|
|Statement||Hans-Ulrich Derlien & George J. Szablowski, guest editors.|
|Contributions||Derlien, Hans-Ulrich., Szablowski, George J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. -460 :|
|Number of Pages||460|
Europe’s democracies are in trouble. To understand why, look to the past. Building stable democracies is a slow and painful process. "Regime Transitions, Elites, and Bureaucracies in Eastern Europe." Governance (Oxford, England) 9, no. 3 (). "Special Issue on the Theoretical Implications of the Demise of State Socialism.".
This book examines the political significance of sport and its importance for nation-state building and political and economic transition across thirteen post-Soviet and post-socialist countries, primarily located in Eastern Europe. Adopting a critical case-study approach, building on historical and. He has just completed a book, provisionally entitled “The Dynamics of Political Regimes: Bureaucratic Authoritarianism in Argentina, –83 in Comparative Perspective.” His areas of interest include democratic transitions in Latin America and Eastern Europe, the linkage between democratization andFile Size: KB.
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Regime transitions, elites and bureaucracies in Eastern Europe. By Hans-Ulrich Derlien. Year: OAI identifier: oai:-opus4-uni-bamberg Provided by: OPUS - Publikationsserver der Universität Bamberg.
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Governance 6(3): –24 Shirley M.M. () Bureaucracy in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. In: Newman P. Read Book Youth in Transition: Eastern Europe and the West E-Book Free. Jaestous. Read Youth in Transition: In Eastern Europe and the West PDF Free. Lorita Warman. Collection Book Regime Transitions, Elites, and Bureaucracies in Eastern Europe.
LaurenBailey. Read First the Transition then the Crash: Eastern Europe in the s. bureaucratic forms of authoritarianism but cannot account for transitions from more personalistic types of rule. Empirically, entire regions of the world are excluded.
Whereas most studies of democratization have focused on Latin America and Southern Europe and latterly on Eastern Europe, Africa has received much less attention. Theoretically, the book rejects the dominant paradigm that attributes corruption to the allegedly ongoing political transition.
Instead, it develops a more nuanced approach that appreciates the complexity of corruption economies in non-Western societies, embraces the local meanings and functions of corruption, and recognizes the stability of new post-transitional regimes in Eastern Europe and Cited by: 7.
political transition. Instead, it develops a more nuanced approach that appreciates the complexity of corruption economies in non-Western societies, embraces the local meanings and functions of corruption, and recognizes the stability of new post-transitional regimes in Eastern Europe and beyond.
This book offers a critical look at the social. Regime Transitions, Elites, and Bureaucracies in Eastern Europe Regime Transitions, Elites, and Bureaucracies in Eastern Europe.
application makes this book a valuable tool for anyone Author: Jörn Leonhard. In the second part of his essay on the decline of the Eastern Bloc Robert Brenner provides a prescient analysis of the likely outcome of the political and economic crisis in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.
He correctly predicts that the future for the region would resemble less the post-war experience of Western Europe and would more closely follow the trajectory of the nations of. Most elites and mass publics in the postcommunist countries of Central and Eastern Europe came to take democratic elections for granted during the s.
Reasonably fair and free elections produced one or more government alternations in the Baltic republics, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, and by: 5. Examining seventy-eight cases of democratic transition and twenty-five reversions sinceHaggard and Kaufman show how differences in authoritarian regimes and organizational capabilities shape popular protest and elite initiatives in transitions to democracy, and how institutional weaknesses cause some democracies to fail.
Meanwhile human rights based research argues ritual cleansing of government bureaucracies causes human rights violations and reproduces the undemocratic practices of ousted regimes. David organizes his book around the concept of perception, demonstrating the divergent ways that citizens and new ruling elites perceive former regime institutions and tainted personnel.
Latin America, southern Europe, and Central-Eastern Europe b. Western Europe, Latin America, and Sub-Saharan Africa Bureaucratic-authoritarian regimes are characterized by: a.
Control of the state by a group of elites rather than a single individual The ongoing continuation of an authoritarian regime is known as: a. Transition b. Authoritarianism and the Elite Origins of Democracy is an outstanding book.
It brings to light crucial elements of why democracy so often fails to fulfill its promises. The variety of methodological approaches enhances the book.' Marie-Josée Lavallée Source: H-SocialismsCited by: Pris: kr.
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Alltid bra priser och snabb leverans. | AdlibrisAuthor: Marina Zaloznaya. With the collapse of totalitarian regimes in the Central Eastern Europe and the demise of Soviet Union post - communist countries in bureaucracy and military go back to 18th and 19th centuries and are Hurst&Company, ), pp.1 - Skak in her book analysed the post communist transitions as a post-colonial processes and divided the.
bureaucracies, the eﬃ ciency of international ﬁ nancial institutions in advocating retrenchment and the precise mechanisms through which all the above actors defend their interests.
Keywords: Central and Eastern Europe, welfare, reform, post-communism. The portability of natural resources contributes to the desire of elites to hang on to power.
e. Abundant natural resources in a country are typically tied to ideological or religious rule, which encourages undemocratic governing structures.
Latin America and Eastern Europe. b. Africa and Latin America. c. Eastern Europe and Africa. d. East.Problems of Democratic Transition and Consolidation contains the first systematic comparative analysis of the process of democratic consolidation in southern Europe and the southern cone of South America, and it is the first book to ground post-Communist Europe within the literature of comparative politics and democratic by: In our new book Pathways to for Poland and other countries of Eastern Europe after the Soviet Union crumbled.
sharing to help build the capacity and expertise of government bureaucracies.