3 edition of Clientelism, Interests, and Democratic Representation found in the catalog.
Clientelism, Interests, and Democratic Representation
September 10, 2001 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||256|
On the other hand, the terms under which clientelist exchange takes place differ substantially from ordinary market transactions, primarily in terms of bargaining power, the enforcement mechanism, externalities, and selection process. These examples suggest that clientelistic relations are not in complete contradiction to democracy or the bureaucratic logics of institutions. Forms of clientelism[ edit ] Politicians can engage in clientelism on either or both a group or individual level. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Instead, they sought electoral support through spreading the idea that voting and political affiliation should stem from the sharing of convictionsideologyand the defense of collective interests. The puzzling persistence of clientelism in new and old democracies inspired researchers to investigate the micro-foundations and causes of this phenomenon.
Princeton: Princeton University Press. Susan C. Instead, they sought electoral support through spreading the idea that voting and political affiliation should stem from the sharing of convictionsideologyand the defense of collective interests. Doing sorequires the exercise and maintenance of social and political control. Google Scholar Mahdavy, H.
Instead, they sought electoral support through spreading the idea that voting and political affiliation should stem from the sharing of convictionsideologyand the defense of collective interests. Political Clientelism, Patronage and Development. Berkeley: University of California Press. Patron-client politics and political change in Southeast Asia. Patterns of democratic accountability and political competition. It puts the mobilization literature in dialog with the literature on clientelism, showing that political networks can at times be mobilizing rather than demobilizing, and shows the relational nature of political networks considering the different sides, the politicians or state officials, the broker and the clients, or ordinary residents.
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London: Palgrave Macmillan. However, the opposition between clientelism and democratic politics is not as clear-cut as it seems. Contentious politics. Journal of Democracy, 27 1— This phenomenon is captured well by the literature on political clientelism. Svampa Ed. References Beblawi, H.
References Auyero, J. Eisenstadt and Rene Lemarchand, eds. Patrons or Champions? John D. This famous phrase epitomizes the nature of Clientelism as a competitive process for power and resources.
Stokes, Susan C. This volume seeks to contribute to this new line of research and develops a theoretical framework to study the consequences of clientelism for democratic governance. Stokes and Carles Boix, eds. Berkeley: University of California Press. Origins[ edit ] The origin of the practice has been traced to ancient Rome.
London: Sage. Struggle of the poor: Neighborhood organization and clientelist practice in a Quito squatter settlement.
Vice versa is also true. Schmidt, Laura Guasti, Carl H. Wilkinson eds. What is the relationship between populism and political clientelism? Roniger, Luis Jun 23, · It puts the mobilization literature in dialog with the literature on clientelism, showing that political networks can at times be mobilizing rather than demobilizing, and shows the relational nature of political networks considering the different sides, the politicians or state officials, the broker and the clients, or ordinary atlasbowling.com: María José Álvarez-Rivadulla.
The Pattern of Clientelism in Lampung Local Election Clientelism is a renewal of the concept of patronage, a patron of clients commonly referred to in several scientific studies. This research uses a qualitative method through an in-depth interview approach to informants and literature atlasbowling.com: Robi Cahyadi Kurniawan.
A timely and insightful contribution to the ongoing debate on the drivers of clientelism and its consequences for democratic representation. This collection of essays, spanning many regions of the world - from Latin America to India, from Europe to Asia - investigates both sides of democratic representation - delegation and accountability - analyzing clitetelism in both roles as dependent and.
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It places political clientelism in the theoretical framework of a democratic political system characterized by internal differentiation in government and bureaucracy, party politics and a politically relevant atlasbowling.com by: 3.
Brokers, Voters, and Clientelism.
What killed vote buying in Britain and the United States? Part IV. Clientelism and Democratic Theory: 9. that political interest in and knowledge of the.