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The paper will explore whether high level of institutionalization is conditioned by the existence of informal networks and clientelism, to compare the party system of Armenia with the party system of Kyrgyzstan, specify the level of institutionalization and discover the reasons of different levels, the similarities and differences of the system. How do party politics operate differently in these countries? Why is it that countries with so many similarities (strong informal network, clientelist relations) have different institutional levels of party system? Therefore, it is a puzzle whether…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The paper will explore whether high level of
institutionalization is conditioned by the existence
of informal networks and clientelism, to compare the
party system of Armenia with the party system of
Kyrgyzstan, specify the level of institutionalization
and discover the reasons of different levels, the
similarities and differences of the system. How do
party politics operate differently in these
countries? Why is it that countries with so many
similarities (strong informal network, clientelist
relations) have different institutional levels of
party system? Therefore, it is a puzzle whether
institutionalization of party system matters in those
countries. If not, what is it that matters in the
party and political systems of Armenia and
Kyrgyzstan? I will also specify what factors
assisted those two countries in the
institutionalization of their party system, what
criteria should be taken into consideration for
measuring the level of party system
institutionalization.
Autorenporträt
obtained her first MA from State Linguistic University after V.
Brusov, Yerevan, Armenia. In 2008 she successfully graduated from
the Political Science Department at Central European University.
Currently is occupied in LoFT Project at British Council Armenia.