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TitleTackling the credibility gap between politicians and the general public in Europe, a seminar held at the chateau de Limelette, Belgium, 2-6 November 1994 / edited by Stefan Melnik
Imprint Brussels : Friedrich-Naumann Foundation, 1994
Descript xviii, 169p. ; 21 cm

CONTENT

Opening address: declining electoral turnout in Europe today / Heide Schmidt -- the confidence gap between citizens and politicians in advanced western democracies-how serious is the problems? / Hans-Georg Betz -- party reforms within the V>L>D / Annemie Neyts-Uyttebroeck -- improving liberal performance through community poltics-an agenda for reform / Gordon Lishman -- tackling political discontent in Italy-where do we go from here? / Angelo M. Petroni -- changing government: tackling the credibility gap between politicians, the general public and the business community on economic issues / Madsen Pirie -- closing the confidence gap between citizens and politicians-sime ideas / Fritz Fliszar -- from Communism to Communism? notes on the frustration hypothesis / Janos Matyas Kovacs -- five years after...former Communist countries-crisis or evolution? / Ivan Gabal -- Hungarian liberals and socialist electoral success-the lessons to be learnt / Balint Magyar -- public attitudes to politics in Slovenia / Dimitrij Rupel -- suggestions for further deliberation -- reflections on the subject of political realignment: a necessary first step in tackling the growing crisis of confidence between citizen and politician / Urs Schoettli


Europe -- Politics and government -- Addresses essays lectures Comparative government -- Addresses essays lectures Poltiicans -- Europe Electoral -- Europe

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Asia Study Institute LibraryJN94.A69 T117 1994CHECK SHELVES

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