Faccionalismo e integración vertical en contextos multinivel. El caso del Partido Nacionalista Vasco (PNV).
Papers. Revista de Sociologia, 2009, 92, 97-117
GOMEZ MARTINEZ, Raul, PEREZ-NIEVAS, Santiago, Faccionalismo e integración vertical en contextos multinivel. El caso del Partido Nacionalista Vasco (PNV)., Papers. Revista de Sociologia, 2009, 92, 97-117 - http://hdl.handle.net/1814/12366
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The determinants of the distinct levels of party vertical integration and their influence on internal factions’ strategies have been certainly understudied so far, and those few works attempting to do it have focused on statewide political parties. Here we claim that party organization eventually affects the behavior of internal factions, so that factionalism will have a more territorial character in parties with low levels of vertical integration than in the rest. This argument is then illustrated with empirical evidence from one non-statewide party: the Basque Nationalist Party.
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