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Contents of Volume 16 Issue 1 January 2010

Andrea B. Haupt,
"Parties' Responses to Economic Globalization: What is Left for the Left and Right for the Right?" 5-27.
Jóhanna Kristín Birnir,
"Where Are the Disgruntled Voters? Voter-Party Relations under Cartelizing Conditions," 29-49.
Riccardo Pelizzo,
"Party Direction The Italian Case in Comparative Perspective," 51-67.
Günes¸ Murat Tezcür,
"The Moderation Theory Revisited: The Case of Islamic Political Actors," 69-88.
Indraneel Sircar and Bjørn Høyland,
"Get the Party Started: Development of Political Party Legislative Dynamics in the Irish Free State Seanad (1922-36)," 89-110.
Susumu Shikano and Eric Linhart,
"Coalition-Formation as a Result of Policy and Office <otivations in the German Federal States: An Empirical Estimate of the Weighting Parameters of Both Motivations," 111-130.

Book Reviews
Anna Bosco and Leonardo Morlino (eds), Party Change in Southern Europe.
London and New York: Routledge, 2007.
Party Politics, 16 (January 2010), 131-132 (Reviewed by Richard Gunther)
Paul Pierson and Theda Skocpol (eds): The Transformation of American Politics: Activist Government and the Rise of Conservatism.
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2007
Party Politics, 16 (January 2010),133-135 (Reviewed by Russell J. Dalton)
Ian Stewart and David K. Stewart, Conventional Choices: Maritime Leadership Politics.
Vancouver: UBC Press, 2007
Party Politics, 16 (January 2010), 135-137 (Reviewed by Jennifer Smith)
Jens Rydgren, From Tax Populism to Ethnic Nationalism. Radical Right-Wing Populism in Sweden.
New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2006.
Party Politics, 16 (January 2010), 137-139 (Reviewed by Anders Widfeldt)
Daniel Smilov and Jurij Toplak (eds), Political Finance and Corruption in Eastern Europe: The Transition Period.
Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2007.
Party Politics, 16 (January 2010), 139-141 (Reviewed by Monika Bil)
last update January 2010