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Developments in German Politics 3 provides authoritative coverage and wide-ranging analysis of politics and policy in the Federal Republic today - including the implications of the 2002 federal elections - and of its role in Europe and the wider world. Bringing together entirely new chapters by leading authorities, carefully edited to form a well-integrated and balanced text, it will be essential reading for students and anyone interested in contemporary European politics.
Government at the Centre; K.H.Goetz
Federalism and Territorial Politics; C.Jeffery
Voter Choice and Electoral Politics; R.J.Dalton
Parties and the Party System; G.Smith
Policy-Making in a New Political Landscape; R.Sturm
Political Economy: The German Model Under Stress; S.Padgett
The Welfare State; M.Seeleib-Kaiser
The Europeanisation of German Governance; K.Dyson
Defence and Security Policy; A.Hyde Price
Germany and Europe; W.E.Paterson
Towards an Open Society? Citizenship and Immigration; S.Green
Environment and Nuclear Power; W.Rudig
Political Culture and Identity: The Post-Unification Search for 'Inner Unity'; D.P.Conradt
Author BiographiesSTEPHEN PADGETT is Professor of Politics, University of Strathclyde.
WILLIAM E. PATERSON is Professor of German Politics and Director of the Institute for German Studies, University of Birmingham.
GORDON SMITH is Emeritus Professor of Government, London School of Economics.
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