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Hart, Paul ’t

How Power Changes Hands

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Table of contents

1. Power Transitions and Leadership Successions in Government
Paul ’t Hart, John Uhr

Part 1. Understanding Transitions

2. Ruling Elite Transitions in Australia and the United States
John Higley, Jan Pakulski

3. Managers or Messiahs? Prime Ministerial Leadership and the Transition to Government
James Walter

4. Establishing Prime Ministerial Leadership Style in Opposition
Wayne Errington

5. Bicameralism and the Dynamics of Contested Transitions
John Uhr, Stanley Bach, Louis Massicotte

6. Westminster Norms and Caretaker Conventions: Australian and New Zealand Transition Debates
Marian Simms

Part 2. Understanding Successions

7. Seeking and Keeping the Hot Seat: A Comparative Analysis of Party Leader Successions
Matthew Laing, Paul ’t Hart

8. Holding Party Leaders to Account: The Westminster Cases
William Cross, André Blais

9. The Firing Line: When and Why Do Prime Ministers Fire Ministerial Colleagues?
Keith Dowding, Elizabeth McLeay

10. Power Consolidation in Leadership Change Contexts: A Social Identity Perspective
Emina Subašić, Katherine J Reynolds

11. Building Trust at the Beginning of a New Leadership Role: The Role of Learning and Collaboration
Paul Atkins

12. ‘The Tideless Pond that Seemed Waiting for Me’:1 The Afterlife of Australian Prime Ministers
Paul Strangio

13. How Power Changes Hands: Concluding Reflections
Paul ’t Hart, John Uhr

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Comparative Politics, Political Theory, Political Philosophy, Political Science, US Politics

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2011
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Understanding Governance series
Page amount
265 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230306431
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-31814-8

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