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Author Golder, Sona Nadenichek.
Title Multi-level electoral politics : beyond the second-order election model / Sona N. Golder, Ignacio Lago, Andre Blais, Elisabeth Gidengil, and Thomas Gschwend.
Imprint Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2017.
Edition First edition.

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Author Golder, Sona Nadenichek.
Series Comparative politics
Comparative politics (Oxford University Press)
Subject Elections -- Europe, Western.
Europe, Western -- Politics and government.
Alt Name Lago, Ignacio.
Blais, André, 1947-
Gidengil, Elisabeth, 1947-
Gschwend, Thomas.
Description 1 online resource.
Edition First edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover; Multi-Level Electoral Politics: Beyond the Second-Order Election Model; Copyright; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1: Multi-Level Governance: An Overview; 1.1. INTRODUCTION; 1.2. LIMITATIONS OF THE SECOND-ORDER ELECTION MODEL; 1.3. RE-EXAMINING MULTI-LEVEL ELECTORAL POLITICS; NOTES; 2: Parties, Voters, and Multi-Level Elections: A Conceptual Framework; 2.1. INTRODUCTION; 2.2. WHAT DO POLITICAL ACTORS WANT?; 2.3. PARTIES; 2.4. VOTERS; 2.5. DISCUSSION; 2.6. ROADMAP: LINKING THEORY AND EMPIRICS; NOTES.
3: The Institutional and Political Context of Multi-Level Elections in France, Germany, and Spain3.1. INTRODUCTION; 3.2. SOCIOECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS; 3.3. INSTITUTIONS; 3.3.1. Regime Type; 3.3.2. Decentralization of Policy-Making Authority; 3.3.3. Electoral Systems; France; Germany; Spain; 3.4. PARTIES AND ELECTIONS; 3.4.1. Governments; France; Germany; Spain; 3.5. SUMMARY; NOTES; 4: Mobilization in Multi-Level Systems; 4.1. INTRODUCTION; 4.2. THEORETICAL ARGUMENTS; 4.3. MOBILIZATION AND THE POWER OF THE BODY TO BE ELECTED; 4.4. MOBILIZATION AND THE VIABILITY OF PARTIES.
4.5. MOBILIZATION AND THE TYPE OF VOTERS4.6. CONCLUSION; NOTES; 5: Turnout in Multi-Level Systems; 5.1. INTRODUCTION; 5.2. TAKING STOCK OF CITIZENS' PERCEPTIONS AND FEELINGS; 5.3. HOW IMPACT, ATTACHMENT, AND CONTACT AFFECT TURNOUT; 5.4. IS IT SIMPLY THAT SOME ELECTIONS ARE DEEMED TO BE LESS IMPORTANT?; 5.5. CONCLUSION; NOTES; 6: Strategic and Sincere Voting in Multi-Level Systems; 6.1. INTRODUCTION; 6.2. THREE TYPES OF STRATEGIC VOTING IN MULTI-LEVEL SYSTEMS; 6.2.1. Wasted-Vote Strategy; 6.2.2. Strategic Coalition Voting; 6.2.3. Strategic Balancing; 6.3. RESULTS AT THE REGIONAL LEVEL.
6.4. RESULTS AT THE PARTY LEVEL6.5. RESULTS AT THE INDIVIDUAL LEVEL; 6.6. CONCLUSION; NOTES; 7: Accountability across Elections; 7.1. INTRODUCTION; 7.2. ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE; 7.2.1. Economic Evaluations; 7.2.2. Partisanship and Economic Perceptions; 7.2.3. Attributions of Responsibility; 7.2.4. Explaining Attributions of Responsibility; 7.2.5. Economic Perceptions and Vote Choice; National Elections; Subnational Elections; 7.3. PERCEPTIONS OF CORRUPTION; 7.4. MULTI-LEVEL ELECTIONS AS SIGNALLING ELECTIONS; 7.4.1. Economic Perceptions; National Elections; Subnational Elections.
European Parliament Elections7.4.2. Perceptions of Corruption; 7.5. DISCUSSION; NOTES; 8: Conclusion; 8.1. INTRODUCTION; 8.2. HOW PARTIES NAVIGATE MULTIPLE ELECTORAL ARENAS; 8.3. TURNING OUT TO VOTE IN MULTIPLE ELECTORAL ARENAS; 8.4. STRATEGIC VOTING ACROSS MULTIPLE LEVELS OF ELECTION; 8.5. ACCOUNTABILITY IN A MULTI-LEVEL SETTING; 8.6. DIRECTIONS FOR FUTURE WORK; APPENDIX: Data Employed in the Empirical Analyses; INDIVIDUAL-LEVEL DATA; CD11274A-DECIMA (MEDW SPAIN W4 NOV 2011)-CATALONIA; INTERVIEWS WITH CAMPAIGN MANAGERS; Lower Saxony 2013 Questionnaire; References; Index.
Summary This volume re-examines how the incentives created by specific electoral institutions affect the behaviour of voters and party elites. It provides the first systematic analysis of multi-level politics at three distinct levels: regional, national, and European Parliament elections.
ISBN 9780191833915 (electronic bk.)
0191833916 (electronic bk.)
9780192509178 (electronic bk.)
0192509179 (electronic bk.)
9780198791539
0198791534
OCLC # 988166861
Additional Format Print version: 9780198791539 0198791534 (OCoLC)986236973


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