Towards a Theory of Coalition Formation in Multi-Level Settings
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Electoral results seldom give parliamentary majorities to single parties. Very frequently, political parties need to negotiate among themselves in order to form a multi-party government. Likewise, if they go into a minority government, they need to strike deals with opposition parties so that they can ensure their survival in office and support for government-initiated policies.1
KeywordsCoalition Formation Party System Coalition Government Party Leader Policy Space
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