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Institutional Design And Party Development in Post Communist States. The Key- Role of National Parliaments (English Version)

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  • Sergiu GHERGHINA

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The topic approached in this book was inspired by a course on Central European Politics in the fall semester of the academic year 2005- 2006, attended at Central European University, Budapest. In this respect I am grateful to Karen Henderson, the course instructor, for being the first to encourage me to develop the measurement of presidential powers in the former states of Warsaw Pact countries into a more complex framework of analysis. Her numerous advices shaped the evaluation of the checks and balances system, often questioning aspects of internal and external validity of the claims I intended to make.

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This book is provided by Editura Lumen, Department of Economics in its series Books of Political Science with number 63 and published in 2007.

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Edition: 1
Handle: RePEc:lum:bookps:63

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Keywords: Institutional Design; Post Communist States; National Parliaments;

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