Special Issue: Party Politics in Eastern Europe
Guest Editor: Michael Waller
- "'Editorial' to a Special
Issue on Party Politics in Eastern Europe,"
- Herbert Kitschelt,
- "Formation of Party Cleavages
in Post-Communist Democracies: Theoretical
- Michael Waller,
- "Adaptation of the Former
Communist Parties of East-Central Europe:A Case of
- Attila Ágh,
- "Partial Consolidation of the
East-Central European Parties: The Case of the Hungarian
Socialist Party," 491-514.
- Petr Kopecky,
- "Developing Party
Organizations in East-Central Europe: What Type of Party
is Likely to Emerge?" 515-534.
- Matthew Wyman, Stephen White, Bill Miller and Paul
- "The Place of 'Party' in Post
Communist Europe," Party Politics , 1
(October, 1995), 535-548.
- Richard Rose,
- "Mobilizing Demobilized
Voters in Post-Communist Societies," 549-563.
- Geoffrey Evans and Stephen Whitefield,
- "Economic Ideology and
Political Success: Communist successor Parties in the
Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary Compared,"
- Georgi Karasimeonov,
- "Parliamentary Elections of
1994 and the Development of the Bulgarian Party System,"
- Dieter Segert,
- "The East German CDU: An
Historical or a Post-communist Party?" 589-598.
- Paul G. Lewis and Radzislawa Gortat,
- "Models of Party Development
and Questions of State Dependence in Poland,"
- Gordon Wightman and Sona Szomolányi,
- "Parties and Society in
[This special issue had no book reviews.]
last updated March 2003