Why Regional Parties?: Clientelism, Elites, and the Indian Party System Adam Ziegfeld » holypet.ru

In Why Regional Parties?, Ziegfeld demonstrates that regional parties in India are successful because they represent expedient options for office-seeking politicians. By focusing on clientelism, coalition government, and state-level factional alignments, he explains why politicians find membership in a regional party appealing. Why India's regional parties became more successful in the 1990s, and; Why regional parties are more successful in some Indian states than in others. In doing so, successive chapters focus on the role of clientelism, coalition government, and factional politics to explain why politicians in India so frequently opt for regional parties. In this fascinating and valuable study, Ziegfeld argues that regional parties do not emerge because disappointed voters demand alternatives to poorly performing national parties. Instead, regional parties are deliberately crafted by political elites because of advantages such formations enjoy within decentralized, clientelistic, and fragmented electoral arenas across the developing world. First, Ziegfeld provides the most systematic explanation of the rise of regional parties in modern Indian democracy to date. Second, and equally impressive, he develops an original theoretical argument to anticipate where, when, and why we should expect to see regional parties rise in other polities.

Mar 01, 2019 · Why Regional Parties?: Clientelism, Elites, and the Indian Party System. By Adam Ziegfeld. Download Article: Download PDF 93 kb Author: Ruparelia, Sanjay. Source: Pacific Affairs, Volume 92, Number 1, March 2019, pp. 165-1673 Publisher: Pacific Affairs, a. Adam Ziegfeld is the author of Why Regional Parties? Clientelism, Elites, and the Indian Party System, which explains the extraordinary success of regional political parties in India, pointing to the importance of clientelism, coalition government, and elite factional alignments to explain why, when, and where regional parties are electorally successful in India. Feb 19, 2016 · In this fascinating and valuable study, Ziegfeld argues that regional parties do not emerge because disappointed voters demand alternatives to poorly performing national parties. Instead, regional parties are deliberately crafted by political elites because of advantages such formations enjoy within decentralized, clientelistic, and fragmented electoral arenas across the developing world. Adam Ziegfeld is the International Council Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at The George Washington University. His research focuses on political parties and elections, primarily in India. He is the author of Why Regional Parties? Clientelism,Elites, and the Indian Party System Cambridge University Press, 2016.

Joint Seminar on South Asian Politics. Adam Ziegfeld, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, George Washington University. Today, regional parties in India win nearly as many votes as national parties. Ziegfeld questions the conventional wisdom that regional parties in India are electorally successful because they harness popular grievances and benefit from strong. My book, Why Regional Parties? Clientelism, Elites, and the Indian Party System, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2016. It is now available in paperback. My other research has been published in journals such as The Journal of Politics, Comparative Politics, ​ Electoral Studies, and Party Politics among others. Feb 19, 2016 · Instead, regional parties are deliberately crafted by political elites because of advantages such formations enjoy within decentralized, clientelistic, and fragmented electoral arenas across the developing world.

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