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The Diversity of Democracy, Corporatism, Social Order and Political Conflict

Опубликовано на портале: 15-01-2007
Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2006, 260 с.
At a time when democratization and the state of democracy are at the forefront of attention in many parts of the world, this book examines the state-of-the-art on this vital political issue. Revisiting the now classical literature on neo-corporatism in the light of current research and theory, the contributors illustrate the enormous influence of the 'neo-corporatist debate' on modern political science, political sociology, and political economy. Reflecting on a major part of the recent history of social science, they shed light on some of its current core concepts, such as governance, policy networks, and types of capitalism. The book traces the evolution of political conflicts concerning social order; from the class conflicts of 1970s Europe to the subsequent Latin American and Eastern European battles over democratization and democratic transition, to the debate on the 'democratic deficit' of the European Union.

Preface, Colin Crouch and Wolfgang Streeck

Part I Corporatism and Democracy

1 The Study of Interest Groups: Before 'the Century' and After, Wolfgang Streeck

2 Corporatism and Democracy, Colin Crouch

3 From Corporatist Unions to Protest Unions? On the (Difficult) Relations between Labor and New Social Movements, Donatella della Porta

Part II Democratic Transitions and Consolidation

4 Studying Democracy: Before and After 'Transitions from Authoritarian Rule', Terry Karl

5 Interest Regimes in Latin America's Neoliberal Democracies, Ruth Berins Collier

6 The 'Transitology' Debate and Post-communist Diversity, László Bruszt

Part III Democracy and European Integration

7 Democratic Accountability in the Euro-Polity: Problems and Prospects, Claus Offe and Ulrich K. Preuss

8 The Neofunctionalists Were (Almost) Right: Politicization and European Integration, Liesbet Hooghe and Gary Marks

9 Collective Participation in the European Union: The Fate of 'Euro-Corporatism', Gerda Falkner

Postscriptum: Working with Philippe, Guillermo O'Donnell

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Colin Crouch, Wolfgang Streeck, Richard Whitley, John L. Campbell
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Richard Whitley
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