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The Nordic Model of Social Democracy
Preface 1. Introduction PART I: ORIGINS 2. The Birth of the Social Democratic Movement (1848-1916) 3. Towards a Nordic Model (1916-1940) 4. Planning the Welfare State (1940-1970) PART II: SOCIALExpand
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Conceptualising the Multi-Level Party: Two Complementary Approaches
While party research has seen a number of conceptual developments in recent years, it has not kept pace with parties becoming more territorial as a result of the increasing importance of sub-nationalExpand
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Multi-level Parties in Process: Scottish and Welsh MEPs and their Home Parties
Regional autonomy and European integration present national institutions with a double challenge, potentially diluting national authority from both below and above. The interaction between the twoExpand
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The Third Man. Life at the Heart of New Labour
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Institutional Resilience Meets Critical Junctures: (re)allocation of Power in Three British Parties Post-devolution
How do parties react when their institutional environment is federalized or devolved? This article investigates how the three dominant British parties have responded to devolution in terms ofExpand
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British Politics Review 03_2008A4.indd
Thorbjørn Jagland: Parliament, Union and a special relationship Sir Malcolm Rifkind: Anglo-Scottish relations past, present and future Atle L. Wold: The Union of 1707 and the government of ScotlandExpand