» » Presidential Breakdowns in Latin America: Causes and Outcomes of Executive Instability in Developing Democracies

Presidential Breakdowns in Latin America: Causes and Outcomes of Executive Instability in Developing Democracies download epub

by M. Llanos,Leiv Marsteintredet


Epub Book: 1691 kb. | Fb2 Book: 1438 kb.

Mariana Llanos y Leiv Marsteintredet (ed., Presidential Breakdowns in Latin America.

Mariana Llanos y Leiv Marsteintredet (ed. Causes and Outcomes of Executive Instability. in Developing Democracies, Nueva York, Palgrave. Macmillan, 2010, 288 pp. El libro de Llanos y Marsteintredet (ed. supone una contribución fundamental. On the basis of the empirical.

The book also includes an epilogue on the 2009 presidential crisis in Honduras. LEIV MARSTEINTREDET is a P. Show all. About the authors. A worrisome proportion of democratically elected presidents in Latin America fail to complete their terms in office. Presidential and Democratic Breakdowns in Latin America: Similar Causes, Different Outcomes. lvarez, Michael E. (et a.

Mariana Llanos, Leiv Mainstentredet (ed.  . The politics of presidential term limits in Argentina. Government Changeover without a Majority – Latin American Presidents’ Executive Strategies. Presidential Breakdowns in Latin America, Causes and Outcomes of Executive Instability in Developing Democracies. New York: Palgrave, 2010. in: Alexander Baturo, Robert Elgie (ed., The politics of presidential term limits, Oxford University Press, 2019, 473-494. Mariana Llanos, Leany Lemos. GIGA Focus Latin America, 04/2017.

This volume is the first comprehensive analysis of a new type of executive instability without regime instability in Latin America referred to as presidential breakdown

This volume is the first comprehensive analysis of a new type of executive instability without regime instability in Latin America referred to as presidential breakdown. It includes a theoretical introduction framing the debate within the institutional literature on democracy and democratization, and the implications of this new type of executive instability for presidential democracies

Presidential breakdowns in Latin America: Causes and outcomes of executive instability in developing democracies. M Llanos, L Marsteintredet. Presidential Breakdowns in Latin America, 213-228, 2010.

Presidential breakdowns in Latin America: Causes and outcomes of executive instability in developing democracies. Reducing the perils of presidentialism in Latin America through presidential interruptions. L Marsteintredet, E Berntzen. Comparative Politics 41 (1), 83-101, 2008. Political Institutions and Democracy in the Dominican Republic: A comparative case-study. VDM Publishing, 2009. Allies and Traitors: Vice-Presidents in Latin America.

Leiv Marsteintredet ; Peru and the Fujimori presidential breakdown in 2000 : continuismo gone bad, Einar Berntzen and Tor-Einar .

Leiv Marsteintredet ; Peru and the Fujimori presidential breakdown in 2000 : continuismo gone bad, Einar Berntzen and Tor-Einar Holvik Skinlo Conclusions: presidential breakdowns revisited, Mariana Llanos and Leiv Marsteintredet Epilogue, Mariana Llanos and Leiv Marsteintredet.

Presidential breakdowns in Latin America : causes and outcomes of executive instability in developing d emocracies. Marsteintredet, Leiv. Political Institusions and Democracy in the Dominican Republic. ISBN: 978-0-230-61819-0. A Comparative Case-Study. VDM Verlag Dr. Müller Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG.

oceedings{alBI, title {Presidential Breakdowns in Latin America}, author {Mariana Llanos and Leiv Marsteintredet}, year {2010} }. Mariana Llanos, Leiv Marsteintredet.

In Presidential Breakdowns in Latin America. New York, London: Palgrave MacMillan. Carrión, Julio . ed. 2006. The Rise of Electoral Authoritarianism in Peru. University Park, P. Pennsylvania State University Press. Cheibub Figuereido, Argelina.

This volume is the first comprehensive analysis of a new type of executive instability without regime instability in Latin America referred to as "presidential breakdown." It includes a theoretical introduction framing the debate within the institutional literature on democracy and democratization, and the implications of this new type of executive instability for presidential democracies. Two comparative chapters analyze the causes, procedures, and outcomes of presidential breakdowns in a regional perspective, and country studies provide in-depth analyses of all countries in Latin America that have experienced one or several presidential breakdowns: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Paraguay, Peru, and Venezuela. The book also includes an epilogue on the 2009 presidential crisis in Honduras.
Presidential Breakdowns in Latin America: Causes and Outcomes of Executive Instability in Developing Democracies download epub
Social Sciences
Author: M. Llanos,Leiv Marsteintredet
ISBN: 0230618197
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2010 edition (April 14, 2010)
Pages: 266 pages