Conceptualising the Multi-Level Party: Two Complementary Approaches

@article{Moon2010ConceptualisingTM,
  title={Conceptualising the Multi-Level Party: Two Complementary Approaches},
  author={David S. Moon and {\O}ivind Bratberg},
  journal={Politics},
  year={2010},
  volume={30},
  pages={52 - 60}
}
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-national and supranational governance. This article lays down a framework for conceptualising and analysing multi-level parties (MLPs). We propose a synthesis of the formal and non-formal aspects of power; the former highlighting party rules and procedures, the latter focusing upon the ideational structures… Expand
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