Measuring the Extent of Party Institutionalisation: The Case of a Populist Entrepreneur Party

@article{Arter2014MeasuringTE,
  title={Measuring the Extent of Party Institutionalisation: The Case of a Populist Entrepreneur Party},
  author={D. Arter and Elina Kestil{\"a}-Kekkonen},
  journal={West European Politics},
  year={2014},
  volume={37},
  pages={932 - 956}
}
The consensus among Finnish commentators is that the True Finn Party (PS), which grew dramatically to become the second largest electoral party in 2011, is an institutionalised party – that is, it is ‘here to stay’. Although led for virtually the whole of its 19-year existence by Timo Soini, the PS, unlike say Berlusconi’s Forza Italia and Popolo Della Libertà, is not viewed as a ‘personal party’ in which its expected lifespan is dependent on the political lifespan of its founder-leader. But… Expand
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