1.The Business Firm as a Political Coalition James G. March The ...
latter approach is typical of theories of political coalitions; the fortn- er is typical of theories of business ﬁrms. The imputation of a superordinate goal. Any conﬂict ...
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2.Coalition theory as a framework for understanding and ...
theoretical framework through which to understand. IHA theoretically and practically. Coalition theory has been previously used to study political alliances but it ...
3.paper on conceptual understanding of political coalitions.…
political parties. The patterns of coalition politics in South Africa are briefly mentioned to offer empirical evidence, though preliminary, in support of the theories.
4.Notes and Comments
The Theory of Political Coalitions,1 comparativists have made considerable theoretical and empirical progress in understanding the complexities of coalition ...
5.A Noncooperative Theory of Legislative Coalitions David P. Baron
mentary governments, international agreements, and many other political and collective action settings. The principal theory of political coalitions is based on ...
6.Riker in the Tropics.pdf - DLPROG
Concept Paper 02: The Theory of Political Coalitions (1962) and the politics of change in developing countries, Adrian Leftwich & Edward Laws, April 2012.
7.TO JUDICIAL CONSENSUS - Political Research Quarterly
An important theoretical approach for understanding coalition behavior began with William Riker's Theory of Political Coalitions. (1962). This work proposes that ...
however, for four books: The Theory of Political Coalitions (1962), Federalism: Origin,. Operation, Maintenance (1964), Introduction to Positive Political Theory ...