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Why are some new parties entering national parliaments able to defend a niche at the national level, while others conspicuously fail to do so. This ground-breaking volume studies 140 new parties in seventeen advanced democracies over a forty year period, to provide the answers.

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Why are some new parties entering national parliaments able to defend a niche at the national level, while others conspicuously fail to do so. This ground-breaking volume studies 140 new parties in seventeen advanced democracies over a forty year period, to provide the answers.
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Nicole Bolleyer is a Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Exeter. She studied at the University of Mannheim, the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, and holds a PhD from the European University Institute in Florence. She has published widely in the areas of comparative federalism and comparative party politics. Her numerous articles have appeared in journals such as the European Journal of Political Research, West European Politics, Party Politics, the European Political Science Review, Governance, Comparative European Politics, Political Studies, and Publius: The Journal of Federalism. New Parties in Old Party Systems is her second monograph published in the Comparative Politics Series. Her first book Intergovernmental Cooperation was published in 2009.