BeschreibungThis book examines how the chambers of bicameral legislatures interact when they produce legislation.
InhaltsverzeichnisPart I. History and Geography of Bicameral Diversity: 1. Bicameralism in historical perspective; 2. The institutions of bicameralism; Part II. Models of Bicameral Institutions: 3. The core and the uncovered set of bicameral institutions; 4. A Model of intercameral bargaining; 5. A model of conference committees and their proposals; Part III. Empirical Studies of Bicameralism and Implications: 6. The outcomes of intercameral bargaining; 7. The process of intercameral bargaining; 8. Conference committees; 9. Implications; Conclusions.
Pressestimmen' ... this is an impressive piece of social science scholarship which merits attention essentially from those in the academic community who are interested in comparative legislatures, the study of federations, and the role of second chambers in contemporary states. It would also serve as a useful primer for those interested in institutional reform ... Certainly this comparative study confirms that bicameralism continues to matter.' Commonwealth and Comparative Politics
Untertitel: 'Political Economy of Instituti'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 1997
Seitenanzahl: 268 Seiten