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    Arthur Gunlicks
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In North America it really means campaign and candidate finance, while in Europe it is more likely to mean party finance. This is a reflection both of the stronger political parties in Europe and the candidate orientation of American politics

In North America it really means campaign and candidate finance, while in Europe it is more likely to mean party finance. This is a reflection both of the stronger political parties in Europe and the candidate orientation of American politics. These differences must not be ignored when one ponders the possibilities of transferring ideas and practices from one country to another.

Gunlicks, Arthur . Campaign and party finance in North America and Western Europe. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1993. Alexander, Herbert . and Shiratori, Rei (ed., Comparative political finance among the democracies. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1994. Austin, Reginald, and Maja Tjernström (ed., Funding of political parties and election campaigns. Stockholm: International IDEA, 2003.

Since the 1970s party finance in Sweden on all levels of the political system depends heavily on public subsidies With an. .In: Gunlicks, Arthur B. (e. ; Campaign and Party Finance in North America and Western Europe, Boulder CO: Westview Press, 1993, pp. 178-200.

In: Gunlicks, Arthur B. Gullan Gidlund, 'Regulation of Party Finance in Sweden'. In: Herbert E. Alexander and Rei Shiratori (ed. : Comparative Political Finance Among the Democracies, Boulder CO: Westview Press, 1994, pp. 105-114.

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Klee-Kruse, Gudrun (1993): Financing Parties and Elections in Small European Democracies. Austria and Sweden, in: Gunlicks, Arthur B. (Hrsg. : Campaign and Party Finance in North America and Western Europe. Koole, Ruud A. (1994): The Vulnerability of the Modern Cadre Party in the Netherlands, in: Katz, Richard . Mair, Peter (Hrsg. : How Parties Organize. London u. S. 278–303. (2001): Political Finance in Western Europe: Britain and France, in: Naßmacher, Karl-Heinz (Hrsg.

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Campaign and Party Finance in North America and Western Europe. Lincoln, NE: toExcel Press, 2000. 6 6 Chapter 2 Three Party Systems The American party system is much different from its counterparts in European parliamentary democracies. American parties are relatively weak and disorganized. The parties are not the main actors of political mobilization as they are in Europe. In an American election anyone can run under a party label regardless of his or her beliefs.

This book provides information about how policies and practices regarding public financing abroad, focusing on North America and several Western European. First Published 1993. eBook Published 8 April 2019. Pub. location New York.

Drysch, Thomas (1993), 'The new French system of party finance', in Arthur Gunlicks (e., Campaign and Party Financing in North America and Western Europe, Boulder, CO: Westview Press, pp. 155-77. Les scandales de la République. Garrigues, Jean (2004), Les scandales de la République. De Panama à l'affaire Elf, Paris: Robert Laffont. How Parties Organize: Change and Adaptation in Party Organizations in Western Democracies.

In Comparing Liberal Democracies, author Arthur B. Gunlicks contributes to this understanding in a discussion of the institutional structures and . Gunlicks contributes to this understanding in a discussion of the institutional structures and backgrounds of four liberal or Western democracies: the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, and the most state-like international organization, the European Union. Gunlicks provides a systematic and thematic (rather than country-by-country) approach that promotes comparisons of similarities and differences based on variables and concepts familiar to American and European students and the attentive publics in Europe and North America.

Like some others who have written on the subject of campaign and party finance, I believe that information about policies and practices regarding public financing abroad can help Americans develop their own ideas about reform possibilities. This book should encourage readers to become more attentive to alternatives to American practices and to think about changes that would be both desirable and feasible. In reading about political finance in other countries, however, it is important to realize that this term takes on different meanings in different countries. In North America it really means campaign and candidate finance, while in Europe it is more likely to mean party finance. This is a reflection both of the stronger political parties in Europe and the candidate orientation of American politics. These differences must not be ignored when one ponders the possibilities of transferring ideas and practices from one country to another.