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Decentralization and Party Politics in the Dominican Republic

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Informationen zum Autor Christopher Mitchell Recently in the Dominican Republic, a pro-municipal social alliance pressed for dece... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Christopher Mitchell Klappentext Recently in the Dominican Republic, a pro-municipal social alliance pressed for decentralization and politicians yielded, seeking power in three-party competition. This study examines how electoral, financial, and administrative power has been dispersed and suggests innovative strategies to maintain decentralizing momentum. Zusammenfassung Recently in the Dominican Republic, a pro-municipal social alliance pressed for decentralization and politicians yielded, seeking power in three-party competition. This study examines how electoral, financial, and administrative power has been dispersed and suggests innovative strategies to maintain decentralizing momentum. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1. Introduction2. Measures and Initiatives Favoring Decentralization, 1994-20083. The Deep Roots and Local Consequences of Dominican Centralism4. A Decentralizing Coalition Finds Political Leverage5. Party Alliances, the Municipios, and Decentralization6. Dominican Decentralization Moves towards Maturity, 1996-20137. Pushback against Decentralization, and its Links with Influence over Nominations8. Assessing Alternative Explanations of Dominican Decentralization9. Pro-decentralization Strategies for the Future

Autorentext

Christopher Mitchell



Klappentext

Recently in the Dominican Republic, a pro-municipal social alliance pressed for decentralization and politicians yielded, seeking power in three-party competition. This study examines how electoral, financial, and administrative power has been dispersed and suggests innovative strategies to maintain decentralizing momentum.



Inhalt

1. Introduction 2. Measures and Initiatives Favoring Decentralization, 1994-2008 3. The Deep Roots and Local Consequences of Dominican Centralism 4. A Decentralizing Coalition Finds Political Leverage 5. Party Alliances, the Municipios, and Decentralization 6. Dominican Decentralization Moves towards Maturity, 1996-2013 7. Pushback against Decentralization, and its Links with Influence over Nominations 8. Assessing Alternative Explanations of Dominican Decentralization 9. Pro-decentralization Strategies for the Future

Produktinformationen

Titel: Decentralization and Party Politics in the Dominican Republic
Autor:
EAN: 9781137353115
ISBN: 978-1-137-35311-5
Format: Fester Einband
Genre: Sozialwissenschaften allgemein
Anzahl Seiten: 137
Gewicht: 342g
Größe: H216mm x B216mm x T138mm
Jahr: 2013
Auflage: 2014
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