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|Other Titles:||A Cross-National Study on the Operational Types of Semi-Presidentialism|
semi-presidentialism;operational types;cross-national study;Maurice Duverger
|Issue Date:||2016-05-09 16:59:15 (UTC+8)|
Since Maurice Duverger proposed the concept of semi-presidentialism in 1980, disputes have increasingly been raised among researchers. Given the gap between norms and operations of semi-presidentialism, as well as the complexities among the relationships of president, prime minister, and congress in the operations of semi-presidential countries, this paper develops a theory-driven comparative framework of this concept. Through reexamining the definitions of semi-presidentialism and the methodology of analyzing its operational types, this paper also discovers the intention and trend among them and explores the independent variables of semipresidentialism operations to explain the operational types and their transitions. By classifying semi-presidential countries according to their patterns of operational types, this paper not only provides researchers with a more effective model to explain or predict semi-presidentialism operations in different countries, but also assists in solving constitutional problems more effectively.
|Relation:||問題與研究, 50(2), 107-142|
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|Appears in Collections:||[問題與研究 TSSCI] 期刊論文|
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