Cabinets in Eastern Europe
Title: Cabinets in Eastern Europe
Citation: Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave, 2001
ISBN: 9780333748794; 0333748794
'Cabinets in Eastern Europe' is a comprehensive study which enables the reader to compare the origins, structure, composition and activities of these cabinets and to draw lessons from this comparison. Each chapter begins with a survey of the evolution of cabinets since the fall of communism at the beginning of the 1990s. The emphasis is then laid on the place of the cabinet in the constitution and on the role of presidents and prime ministers in the formation of life of each cabinet. At a time when most Eastern European countries are candidates for membership in the European Union, this volume provides a comparative presentation of the way in which cabinets have been evolving in Eastern Europe since the end of communism.
Table of Contents:
Cabinets in post-communist East-Central Europe and in the Balkans : introduction / Jean Blondel. -- Part 1. East-central Euope. -- 1. Estonia / F. Müller-Rommel and G. Sootla. -- 2. Latvia / F. Müller-Rommel and O. Nørgaard. -- 3. Lithuania / F. Müller-Rommel and O. Hersted Hansen. -- 4. Poland / J. Blondel and F. Müller-Rommel. -- 5. Czech Republic / F. Müller-Rommel and Z. Mansfeldová. -- 6. Slovakia / F. Müller-Rommel and D. Malova. -- 7. Hungary / F. Müller-Rommel and G. Ilonszki. -- 8. Slovenia / F. Müller-Rommel and S. Gaber. -- Part 2. The Balkans. -- 9. Romania / J. Blondel and I. Penescu. -- 10. Moldova / J. Blondel and S. Matteucci. -- 11. Bulgaria / J. Blondel and S. Andreev. -- 12. Albania / J. Blondel and L. Chiodi. -- 13. Macedonia / J. Blondel. -- 14. Croatia / J. Blondel and S. Selo-Sabic. -- 15. Bosnia-Hercegovina / J. Blondel and S. Selo-Sabic. -- 16. Serbia and the new Yugoslavia / J. Blondel and F. Privitera. -- 17. Cabinets in post-communist East-Central Europe and the Balkans : empirical findings and research agenda / Ferdinand Müller-Rommel.
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