2 edition of Ministerial careers and the nature of parliamentary government found in the catalog.
Ministerial careers and the nature of parliamentary government
Written in English
Taken from European journal of political research, vol.16, 1988, pp. 51-71.
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The purpose of this book is to explain the variation in cabinet durability among modern parliaments, identifying parliamentary conditions that are conducive to durable government. Most parliaments during the past fifty years have been multiparty parliaments, as Tables a and b : L. Dodd. Leslie Seidle and David Docherty's Reforming Parliamentary Democracy is the latest in a series of publications from the Canadian Study of Parliament Group. The edited book's 11 chapters in pages, whose contributors include both academics and practitioners, offer an overview of the complexities of reform initiatives as they have occurred in Westminster Author: Rob Leone. Ministerial Careers and Accountability in the Australian Commonwealth Government. Canberra: ANU Press. ISBN Analytical Account of Freedom and Rights. This is a joint work in collaboration with Martin van Hees. The object is to complete a book on the measurement of freedom and mater: Nuffield College, Oxford University.
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Ministerial careers and the nature of parliamentary government: the cases of Austria and Belgium BLONDEL, Jean Working Paper, Florence: European University Institute, EUI Working Papers, Cited by: 1. Ministerial careers might still end: the minister might move to the backbenches after the next election or not stand at all.
In other words, ministerial durability is more important than the rate of forced exits in making judgments about the nature of ministerial responsibility.
The final chapter in the book, by Richard Mulgan, takes a. Cabinet Dynamics and Ministerial Careers in the French Fifth Republic remained stubbornly parliamentary in nature, a repeatedly vacated and reoccupied.
Governments have grown in scope, and spread geographically, to the point where a new phenomenon has emerged -- rule by a political class of ministers regarded as the main instruments of change. Yet ministerial careers and the structure of ministerial careers have been largely neglected areas of study in political science.
Jean Blondel's new book is a major. Accountability for government action and inaction has always been central to the study of government in political science and public administration. In Westminster systems such as Australia’s, the heart of academic and media discussion lies in the issue of ministerial accountability.
Traditionally. The book is the ﬁrst output of the Selection and De-selection of Political Elites nation of cabinets and the nature of ministerial government. As parliamentary careers get shorter and. Individual ministerial responsibility is a constitutional convention in governments using the Westminster System that a cabinet minister bears the ultimate responsibility for the actions of their ministry or department.
Individual ministerial responsibility is not the same as cabinet collective responsibility, which states members of the cabinet must approve publicly of its collective. A parliamentary system may be either bicameral, with two chambers of parliament (or houses) or unicameral, with just one parliamentary chamber.A bicameral parliament usually consists of a directly elected lower house with the power to determine the executive government, and an upper house which may be appointed or elected through a different mechanism from the lower house.
The main difference between parliamentary and presidential form of government is that in the parliamentary system, there exists a harmonious relationship between the legislative and executive body, while the judiciary body works independently.
As against this, in Presidential form of government, the three organs of the government work independently of each other. A Parliamentary government is also known as the Cabinet form of government because the cabinet is the real executive in it.
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Title: Ministerial careers and the nature of parliamentary government: the cases of Austria and Belgium Author(s): BLONDEL, Jean Date: Citation: Florence, European University Institute, Type: Working Paper Series/Number: EUI Working Papers; / This document lists government ministers and their responsibilities.
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Parliamentary government A democracy in which the executive and legislative functions are merged in one institution, the parliament. The parliament is the states supreme legislature, but it also appoints a committee (the cabinet) to serve as the political executive for the state.
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Book Description: For eighty years, students of parliamentary democracy have argued that durable cabinets require majority party government. Lawrence Dodd challenges this widely held belief and offers in its place a revisionist interpretation based on contemporary game theory.
government: one based on a parliamentary system, one based on a presidential system, and one based on some mixture of the two (usually called semi-presidentialism). Parliamentary systems are characterized by the legislature being the principal arena for both lawmaking and (via majority decisions) for executive power.
Are there hybrid forms of government, like a semi- presidential SLIDE VIII form. France The semi-presidential form is a a government in which a president and a prime minister are both active ppparticipants in the day-to-day administration of the state. It differs from a parliamentary republic in that it has a popularlyFile Size: KB.
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