- Routledge/ECPR studies in European political science ; 71
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Governments and legislative agenda setting: an introduction / Bjørn Erik Rasch -- 2.Germany: limited government agenda control and strong minority rights / Ulrich Sieberer -- 3.France: systematic institutional advantage of government in lawmaking / Sylvain Brouard -- 4.Italy: government alternation and legislative agenda setting / Francesco Zucchini -- 5.United Kingdom: extreme institutional dominance by the executive... most of the time / Mads H. Qvortrup -- 6.Hungary: changing government advantages - challenging a dominant executive / Krisztina Jager -- 7.The Netherlands: legislative agenda setting and the politics of strategic lock-in / Arco Timmermans -- 8.Switzerland: agenda setting power of the government in a separation-of-powers framework / Georg Lutz -- 9.Greece: government as the dominant player / Aris Alexopoulos -- 10.Spain: majoritarian choices, disciplined party government and compliant legislature / Ignacio Molina -- 11.Portugal: limited government and the influential role of parliament / Eugenia Da Conceicao-Heldt -- 12.Russia: the executive in a leading role / Grigorii V. Golosov -- 13.Denmark: agenda control and veto rights to opposition parties / Robert Klemmensen -- 14.Norway: institutionally weak governments and parliamentary voting on bills / Bjørn Erik Rasch -- 15.Japan: decades of partisan advantages impeding cabinet's agenda setting power / Silke Koster-Riemann -- 16.Conclusion / George Tsebelis.
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0415481015 (alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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