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Patterns of corporatist policy-making
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|Statement||editors, Gerhard Lehmbruch & Philippe C. Schmitter.|
|Series||Sage modern politics series ;, v. 7|
|Contributions||Lehmbruch, Gerhard., Schmitter, Philippe C.|
|LC Classifications||JC478 .P27 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||292 p. :|
|Number of Pages||292|
|ISBN 10||0803998325, 0803998333|
|LC Control Number||82080178|
Precedents for Quasi-Corporatist Policy-Making. Quasi-corporatist policy-making first appeared in the American labor market in , when the operating brotherhoods of the interstate railroad industry, the four unions whose members manned the nation’s trains, threatened to strike. This book draws on the scientific policy studies approach to develop a basic understanding of the policymaking process, which is here viewed as an inherently political process involving conflict and struggle among people (public officials and private citizens) with .
Corporatism is a political ideology which advocates the organization of society by corporate groups, such as agricultural, labour, military, scientific, or guild associations on the basis of their common interests. The term is derived from the Latin corpus, or "human body".The hypothesis that society will reach a peak of harmonious functioning when each of its divisions efficiently performs. This paper applies the new institutionalism to the comparative analysis of governance and policy-making in different political systems, particularly those in Europe and the US. Pluralist and neo-corporatist arrangements of influence articulation are distinguished and by: 6.
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Patterns of Corporatist Policy-Making (SAGE Modern Politics series) Paperback – April 1, by Philippe C. Lehmbruch, Gerhard and Schmitter (Author)Author: Philippe C. Lehmbruch, Gerhard and Schmitter. action activities administration agreement analysis areas associations authorities average become benefits capitalist central co-operation collection committees comparative concerned core corporatism corporatist countries course decision-making decisions democratic dependent difficult direct early economic effective emergence employers established example existing fact federal formal functions German hand implementation important incomes policy incorporation.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Patterns of corporatist policy-making. London ; Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage Publications, © (OCoLC) Patterns of corporatist policy-making LEHMBRUCH, Gerhard ; SCHMITTER, Philippe C.
(editor/s) London/Beverly Hills, SAGE Publications,SAGE Modern Politics series, 7Cited by: Patterns of Corporatist Policy-Making (SAGE Modern Politics series) 作者: Gerhard Lehmbruch (EDT) / Philippe C.
Schmitter (EDT) 出版社: SAGE Publications 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: Patterns of Corporatist Policy-Making (SAGE Modern Politics series)最新书评, 热门书评. Beyond Policy Change: Convergence of Corporatist Patterns in the European Union.
by Simone Leiber published as Chapter 12 of the following co -authored book: This chapter extends the study of Europeanisation from policy content to patterns of policy-making, specifically to co-operation in policy-making between the major interest.
Legislative and policy-making processes within democratic struc-tures are multi-agent, collective decision processes. Interest repre-sentation, including lobbying, may have a substantial effect not only on policy outcomes, but also on the structure.
the pattern of participation of individual peak associations in policy-making and implementation, and the corresponding integration of lower organizational levels into corporatist arrangements Author: Gerhard Lehmbruch.
Abstract. This chapter discusses China’s corporatist system. It provides insight on the relationship between interest groups and the state, and on the possibility of societal conflict in China’s state–society : Stefanie Weil.
The Corporatist Approach and the History of U.S. Foreign Policy The Marshall Plan: America, Britain and the Reconstruction of Western Europe, By Michael J. Hogan. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pages + index) Savage Capitalism and the Myth of Democracy: Latin America in the Third Millennium.
By Michael Hogan. This chapter discusses China’s corporatist system. It provides insight on the relationship between interest groups and the state, and on the possibility of societal conflict in China’s state Author: Stefanie Weil. 2 Schmitter, Philippe C., ‘Reflections on Where the Theory of Neo-Corporatism Has Gone and Where the Praxis of Neo-Corporatism May Be Going’, in Lehmbruch, Gerhard and Schmitter, Philippe C., eds, Patterns of Corporatist Policy-Making (London: Sage, ), by: 22 Reflections on Where the Theory of Neo-Corporatism Has Gone and Where the Praxis of Neo-Corporatism May Be Going’, in Lehmbruch, G.
and Schmitter, P. (eds), Patterns of Corporatist Policy-Making, London, Sage,pp. —Cited by: Read the full-text online edition of The State, Corporatist Politics, and Educational Policy Making in Mexico ().
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Patterns of Corporatist Policy-Making Beverly Hills: Sage Google Scholar Streeck, W. & Schmitter, P.C. Community, Market, State - and Associations The Prospective Contribution of Interest Governance to Social by: [Book Review] Lehmbruch, Gerhard; Schmitter, Philippe C.
(eds.): Patterns of Corporatist Policy-Making (London: Sage, )Author: R. Mayntz. ages may have described policy-making patterns in an era when domestic policy making was largely insulated from external forces, governing in the current period is marked by internationalized policy environments, multilevel governance, and social actors who transcend national borders.
A major alternative theory produced during the s to explain Latin American economic and political development patterns, and one that was also challenged and swept aside with the focus on democratization in the s, was corporatism.
Corporatist theory had two main, sometimes overlapping, strains. Economic crisis, politics and rates of unemployment in capitalist democracies in the s’, in Lehmbruch, G.
and Schmitter, P. C. (eds) Patterns of Corporatist Policy Cited by: Abstract. It seems that corporatism has appeared as one major form of response to crises such as the world-wide depression of the early s.
This corporatist model is characterized by well organized centralized economic interest groups interacting under governments guidance in which they, as functional representatives, take part in decision-making involving the major interrelated issues of modern political : Young Namkoong.Patterns of democracy: government forms and performance in thirty-six countries / Arend Lijphart.
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