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eBook Turning Japanese?: Britain With a Permanent Party of Government ePub

by Helen Margetts,Gareth Smyth

  • ISBN: 0853157855
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Helen Margetts,Gareth Smyth
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lawrence & Wishart Ltd; illustrated edition edition (May 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1451 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1365 kb
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Turning Japanese?: Britain with a permanent party of government. London: Lawrence & Wishart. Margetts, Helen (1999). Information technology in government: Britain and America. London New York: Routledge.

Margetts, Helen; Smyth, Gareth, eds. (1994). Margetts, Helen; Dunleavy, Patrick; Weir, Stuart; Trevor, Smith (2005). Voices of the people: popular attitudes to democratic renewal in Britain. Margetts, Helen . Hood, Christopher C. (2007). The tools of government in the digital age. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Find nearly any book by Helen Margetts . Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Find all books by 'Helen Margetts' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Helen Margetts'. Digital Era Governance: IT Corporations, the State, and e-Government. by Patrick Dunleavy, Helen Margetts, Simon Bastow, Jane Tinkler. Britain With a Permanent Party of Government: Turning Japanese?: Britain With a Permanent Party of Government: ISBN 9780853157854 (978-0-85315-785-4) Softcover, Lawrence & Wishart Ltd, 1994.

Margetts, Helen; Smyth, Gareth, ed. Britain with a permanent party of government. In November 2015 the book was awarded the Louis Brownlow Book Award of the National Academy of Public Administration "for its comprehensive study of reform, cost and performance".

Turning Japanese: Britain with a Permanent Party of Government. O'Leary, Brendan (1994): Britain's Japanese Question: 'Is there a Dominant Party?', in: Margetts, Helen and Smyth, Gavin (ed., Turning Japanese: Britain with a Permanent Party of Government, London: Lawrence and Wishart, pp. 3-8. The Challenges of Dominance. Paper presented at the workshop on dominant parties and democracy.

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Britain with a Permanent Party of Government (eds. Helen Margretts and Gareth Smyth), political events in. . Helen Margretts and Gareth Smyth), political events in both countries had taken a dramatic turn. In Japan the LDP lost power, starting a period of much greater political fluidity with even subsequent LDP Prime Ministers struggling to restore their party’s previous dominance. However, whilst the question of turning Japanese therefore quickly faded from consideration, the book provides a mini-case study in how easy or hard it is to make long-term predictions about the direction of Britain’s political system – a particularly pertinent point given the speculations now about future progressive majorities or centre-right alignments.

Is Britain "turning Jaanese"? By the time of the next election, the Conservatives will have been in power for nearly 20 years. The opposition appears powerless. Important political debates - over Europe, economic policy and "the new world order" - take place within the ruling Conservative Party. Has Britain - like Japan - developed a dominant party system? If so, what are the implications for democracy in Britain? This collection features leading commentators who explore the foundations of Conservative ascendancy, tease out the lessons from Japan, and assess the options for opposition parties struggling to break the mould. The contributors include Vernon Bogdanor, John Curtis, Patrick Dunleavy, Peter Hennessy, Katsuya Hirose, William Horsley, Charles Kennedy, David Marquand, Ryoichi Nishida, Philip Norton, Brendan O'Leary and Robert Walter.