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The Oxford Handbook of Political Executives

ISBN : 9780198809296

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Author: 
Rudy B. Andeweg; Robert Elgie; Ludger Helms; Juliet Kaarbo; Ferdinand Muller-Rommel
Pages
728 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
171 x 246 mm
Pub date
Jul 2020
Series
Oxford Handbooks
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Political executives have been at the centre of public and scholarly attention long before the inception of modern political science. In the contemporary world, political executives have come to dominate the political stage in many democratic and autocratic regimes. The Oxford Handbook of Political Executives marks the definitive reference work in this field. Edited and written by a team of word-class scholars, it combines substantive stocktaking with setting new agendas for the next generation of political executive research.

Index: 

Introduction
1 Rudy Andeweg, Robert Elgie, Ludger Helms, Juliet Kaarbo, and Ferdinand Muller-Rommel: The Political Executive Returns: Re-Empowerment and Rediscovery
I. Theorizing and Researching Political Executives
2 Matthew Laing and Brendan McCaffrie: Historical Approaches
3 Klaus H. Goetz: New Institutional Approaches to the Study of Political Executives
4 Margaret G. Hermann and Juliet Kaarbo: Psychology and the Study of Political Executives
5 Indridi H. Indridason and Christopher Kam: A Rational Choice Perspective on Political Executives
6 R.A.W. Rhodes and Jack Corbett: Ethnographic Approaches
7 Karen Beckwith: Feminist Approaches to the Study of Political Executives
8 Dennis C. Grube: Constructivist Approaches
9 John Uhr: Ethical Approaches
10 Robert Elgie: Methodology and the Study of the Political Executive
II. Composition and Life Cycle of Political Executives
11 Magna Inacio and Mariana Llanos: Presidential Pathways and Profiles
12 Ferdinand Muller-Rommel, Corinna Krober, and Michelangelo Vercesi: Political Careers of Ministers and Prime Ministers
13 Diana Z. O'Brian and Catherine Reyes-Housholder: Women and the Executive Politics
14 Mark Schafer and Gary Smith: Personalities and Beliefs of Political Executives
15 Petra Schleiter: Government Formation and Termination
16 Hanna Back and Royes Carroll: The Distribution of Ministerial Posts in Parliamentary Systems
17 Fortunato Musella: Post-Executive Activities
III. Dynamics and Developments Within Political Executives
18 Robert Elgie and Gianluca Passarelli: The Presidentialization of Political Executives
19 David Doyle: Measuring Presidential and Prime-Ministerial Power
20 Robert Elgie: Presidents and Cabinets
21 Paul Chaisty, Nic Cheeseman, and Timothy J. Power: Inside the Coordination Paradigm: New Perspectives on Minority Presidents and Coalition Management
22 Michelangelo Vercesi: Cabinet Decision-Making in Parliamentary Systems
23 Rudy Andeweg: Parties and Executives in Parliamentary Systems
24 Jonathan W. Keller: Leadership Styles of Political Executives
25 Yee-Fui Ng: Political Advisers in the Executive Branch
VI. Dynamics and Developments Between Political Executives and the Broader Political Context
26 Tobias Bach and Kai Wegrich: Politicians and Bureaucrats in Executive Government
27 Maria C. Escobar-Lemmon and Michelle M. Taylor-Robinson: Executive-Legislative Relations in Democratic Regimes
28 Georg Vanberg: Judicialization and the Political Executive
29 Donatella Campus: Political Executives and the Mediatization of Politics
30 Direnc Kanol: Interest Groups and Lobbying in Political Executives
31 Pedro C. Magalhaes: Public Opinion and Executive Approval
32 Ludger Helms: Performance and Evaluation of Political Executives
V. Political Executives Beyond the Democratic Nation-State
33 Ingeborg Tommel: Executive Politics in Multi-Level Systems: the EU
34 Jody LaPorte: Political Executives in Autocratic and Hybrid Regimes
35 Anna Sunik: 4. Political Executives in Authoritarian Monarchies
36 Alexander Baturo: 4. Political Executives in Party-Based Dictatorships
37 Natasha Lindstaedt: 4. Political Executives in Military Regimes

About the author: 

Rudy B. Andeweg is Professor of Political Science, Leiden University. His publications include Myth and Reality of the Legitimacy Crisis (edited with C. van Ham, J. Thomassen, and K Aarts, OUP, 2017), and Puzzles of Government Formation (edited with L. de Winter and P. Dumont, Routledge, 2011).; Robert Elgie was Paddy Moriarty Professor of Government and International Studies, Dublin City University. His publications include The Politics of Presidential Term Limits (edited with Alexander Baturo, OUP, 2019), and The Oxford Handbook of French Politics (edited with Robert Elgie, Emiliano Grossman, and Amy G. Mazur, OUP, 2016).; Ludger Helms is Professor of Political Science, University of Innsbruck. His publications include Presidents, Prime Ministers, and Chancellors (Palgrave, 2005) and Comparative Political Leadership (Palgrave, 2012).; Juliet Kaarbo is Professor of Foreign Policy, University of Edinburgh. Her publications include Domestic Role Contestation, Foreign Policy, and International Relations (edited wtih Cristian Cantir, Routledge, 2016) and Coalition Politics and Cabinet Decision Making (University of Michigan Press, 2012).; Ferdinand Muller-Rommel is Professor of Comparative Politics, Leuphana University Luneburg. His publications include Party Politics and Democracy in Europe (edited with Fernando Casal Bertoa, Routledge, 2017), and Party Government in the New Europe (edited with Hans Keman, Routledge, 2014).

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