The Nature of Party Government: A Comparative European Perspective

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3.1 A conceptual map of state, society, government and party 44
3.2 Potential party/government relations 48
3.3 Potential extents and scopes of party government 50
4.1 Potential relations and exchanges between the party in government, the membership party and the parliamentary party 71
4.2 Types of parties 72
4.3 Factors explaining the strength/autonomy of the party in government vis-à-vis the parliamentary and the membership parties 73
4.4 The circles of government 76
4.5 The ‘representative’ face of government: dimensions of variation 81
4.6 The ‘administrative’ side of government: dimensions of variation 86
4.7 Types of ‘administrative’ games 88
4.8 Government between representation and administration 89
5.1 Autonomy and dependence in the relations between cabinets and supporting parties 99
6.1 Appointments and party–government relations 120
6.2 The ‘partyness’ and ‘governmentness’ of appointments 127
7.1 The extent of government patronage in eight Western European countries 151
7.2 Majoritarian and proportional patronage 153
7.3 The relative importance of party and government in government patronage 154
7.4 Policy, patronage and party finance 156
7.5 Party–government relations in the patronage dimension 159

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