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The theoretical goal of the research presented in this book was to include elements of social network analysis into the classical neo-institutional theories of the government coalition formation process. The empirical goal was to verify the benefits and accuracy of this modified analytical model in the analysis of three deviant government coalition formation cases: in Canada (2008), Great Britain (2010) and New Zealand (2017).
The authors reconstruct the institutional framework and visualise the networks of connections between main actors. They argue that the transition from a stable
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Produktbeschreibung
The theoretical goal of the research presented in this book was to include elements of social network analysis into the classical neo-institutional theories of the government coalition formation process. The empirical goal was to verify the benefits and accuracy of this modified analytical model in the analysis of three deviant government coalition formation cases: in Canada (2008), Great Britain (2010) and New Zealand (2017).

The authors reconstruct the institutional framework and visualise the networks of connections between main actors. They argue that the transition from a stable configuration of a two-party system to a multi-party system that is extraneous for the political tradition of these democracies has significantly influenced the process of government coalition formation and cabinets appointment.

Autorenporträt
Andrzej Antoszewski is a professor of political science at the University of Wroclaw. His research centres on the fields of comparative politics, parties and parties systems, and theories of democracy.Przemyslaw ukiewicz is a professor of comparative politics at the University of Wroclaw. Mateusz Zielinski is an assistant professor at the University of Wroclaw. In his works, he tries to popularise network studies in political science. He is also interested in new theories of political representation.Katarzyna Domagala is a PhD candidate at the University of Wroclaw. In her research, she focuses on the application of social network analysis in political science. She is interested in Westminster systems' and Balkan studies.