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Government Instability Indicators and the Exercise of limited "Consensus" in post-communist Romania 1992-2004

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  • Olimid, Anca Parmena

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During the 1990s post communist societies faced similar challenges at the level of executive government. Since the early studies of Rosenthal (1978), political science literature’s focus is on the different continuums of political stability.In recent years there has been an increased interest in analyzing the effects of political instability in post communist Romania. This article is an effort to look at the indicators of political instability (redefined as Government instability) in an unconsolidated democracy. The issue of political stability in post-communist Romania must of course be analyzed in relation to the challenges of reform and the sources of the limited consensus in government coalition in Romania (1992-2004).

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  • Olimid, Anca Parmena, 2008. "Government Instability Indicators and the Exercise of limited "Consensus" in post-communist Romania 1992-2004," MPRA Paper 14927, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:14927
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    Keywords

    government; post-communist society; political stability; crisis of governality;

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    • H11 - Public Economics - - Structure and Scope of Government - - - Structure and Scope of Government

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