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Legislative Institutions and Ideology in Chile (Political Economy of Institutions and Decisions)

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Central government policies,
  • Human rights,
  • Political structures: democracy,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Chile,
  • Government - International,
  • History & Theory - General,
  • Latin America - South America,
  • History : Latin America - South America,
  • Legislative bodies--Chile,
  • Political Science / General,
  • Political Science / History & Theory,
  • Political Science : Government - International,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages291
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7715318M
    ISBN 100521037263
    ISBN 109780521037266
    OCLC/WorldCa124025502

    Gregory Weeks, U.S. and Latin American Relations, 2nd Edition (Malden: Wiley, ). Londregan, John. Legislative Institutions and Ideology in Chile (New York: Cambridge University Press, ), Journal of Third World Stud 2 (Fall ): Revista de Ciencia Política (Chile), Sage Open. Book manuscript reviews for.   "A detailed and unbiased account of the political and economic history of Chile from to The uniqueness of this book is that it traces the history and interactions of the various Chilean leftist political, social, and economic groups A valuable contribution that cannot be ignored for the study of modern Chile."—Choice.   Assembly: Chile has a bicameral National Congress (Congreso Nacional) consisting of the Senate (Senado) with 48 seats and the Chamber of Deputies (Camara de Diputados) with seats. Description of electoral system: The President is elected by absolute majority vote through a two-round system to serve a 4-year term. Politics The Chilean political system is a democratic republic. Despite the classical division of powers, political scientists agree that the Constitution defines other powers or functions, such as those of the Constitutional Court, the Central Bank, the National Security Council and other bodies.


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Legislative Institutions and Ideology in Chile (Political Economy of Institutions and Decisions) by John B. Londregan Download PDF EPUB FB2

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It shows that such guarantees are a special case of a much more general problem of constitutional design: how to constrain. Get this from a library. Legislative institutions and ideology in Chile. [John Benedict Londregan] -- "This is a book about the guarantees demanded by authoritarian governments that voluntarily cede power to democratic successors, employing Chile as a case study.

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Londregan (Trade Paper) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. This introductory chapter presents a framework to understand agenda setting and its policy implications. It argues that there are three dimensions of agenda setting: the partisan, the institutional, and the positional.

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democratic political institutions or their impact on political outcomes. As a result of these changes, more research is being conducted on Latin Ameri-can legislatures.

Shugart and Carey’s () seminal book Presidents and Assemblies sig-naled that the new institutionalism had arrived in the study of Latin American legislative politics.

This book will be of interest to scholars of culture and students of Chilean political parties. John Londregan, in Legislative Institutions and Ideology in Chile, follows up on the crisis and failure of Chilean democracy in by grappling with the legacy of authoritarianism.

Recommend this book. Legislative Institutions and Ideology in Chile. New York: Cambridge University Press. Magaloni, Beatriz. “Chile: Origins, Consolidation and Breakdown of a Democratic System.” In Larry Diamond, Juan Linz, and Seymour Martin Lipset.

LEGISLATIVE INSTITUTIONS AND IDEOLOGY IN CHILE This is a book about the guarantees demanded by authoritarian governments that voluntarily cede power to democratic successors, employing Chile as a case study. The book presented an in-depth comparison of presidential legislative and partisan powers and their implications for executive–legislative relations and democratic stability.

Since the early s, the number of such studies has dramatically increased – encompassing not only work on the consequences of various institutions in the region Cited by: 8. The book explores multiple pathways of cleric radicalization and shows that the interplay of academic, religious, and political institutions has influenced the rise of modern jihadism through a.

Londregan, John B. Legislative Institutions and Ideology in Chile. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, One of the thornier political dilemmas in postauthoritarian Chile has revolved around the difficulties that center-left governments have faced with regard to the institutional legacies of the military government.

A set of institu. Book Chapters “The Presidentialization of Politics in Chile,” in Gianluca Passarelli, ed. The Presidentialization of Politics in Latin America, (London: Palgrave Publishers, ):with Bonnie Field. Executive/Legislative Relations in Chile,” in Scott Morgenstern and Benito Nacif, Review of Legislative Institutions and.

Chile (/ ˈ tʃ ɪ l i / (), / ˈ tʃ ɪ l eɪ /; Spanish:), officially the Republic of Chile (Spanish: República de Chile (help info)), is a South American country occupying a long, narrow strip of land between the Andes to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west.

It borders Peru to the north, Bolivia to the northeast, Argentina to the east, and the Drake Passage in the far l and largest city: Santiagoᵃ, 33°26′S 70°40′W.

Institutions and the Legislative Success of ‘Strong’ Presidents: An Analysis of Government Bills in Chile Article in Journal of Legislative Studies 15(4) December with 95 Reads.

The National Congress of Chile (Spanish: Congreso Nacional de Chile) is the legislative branch of the government of the Republic of Chile. The National Congress of Chile was founded on July 4, It is a bicameral legislature composed of the Chamber of Deputies (lower house), of Deputies ( before ) and by the Senate (upper house), formed by 50 Senators (38 before ).Houses: Senate, Chamber of Deputies.

Using a database of all bills and roll call votes (–), the author analyzes the agenda setting power of the president and its ability to push or block bills vis-à-vis that of Congress. The chapter contends that agenda setting power and success of bills depend primarily on the rules that distribute power among branches of government and structure the bill-to-law process as well as on.

Londregan is the author of Legislative Institutions and Ideology in Chile, as well as a contributor to numerous journals and edited volumes. He received the Miller Prize for Best Paper in Political Analysis, Vol. 8 in Much of Chile's political history can be described as an ongoing, occasionally violent struggle for advantage among the executive and legislative branches of government.

In the s, the Office of the Comptroller General became a virtually coequal branch of government with the others because of its great oversight powers and its virtual autonomy. Chile Table of Contents. Inaugurated on July 4,the National Congress became one of the strongest legislative bodies in the world by the end of the nineteenth century.

The constitution reaffirmed the commitment to a bicameral system made up of a member Chamber of Deputies and a fifty-member Senate. Andrea Cofelice (PhD, University of Siena, Italy, ) is a research fellow at the Centre for Studies on Federalism in Turin, Italy.

He is a member of the research team on ‘International Democracy Watch’ and an editor of the Italian Yearbook of Human Rights (Peter Lang, ). He has published in several edited books on comparative regionalism and parliamentary diplomacy, and in journals. Chile's government is a representative democratic republic, whereby the President of Chile is both head of state and head of government, and of a formal multi-party system.

Executive power is exercised by the president and his or her cabinet. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the two chambers of the National judiciary is independent of the executive and the.

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Th 1/13 PS Questions; Criticism; literature reviews vs book reports; vs level courses Tu 1/18 Introduction. Legislative Institutions and Ideology in Chile. New York: Cambridge University Press Londregan, John B. and Snyder, James M. “ Comparing Committee and Floor Preferences.”.

Chile adopts its first constitution (the 'Portales constitution'). War of the Pacific (with Peru and Bolivia) - Chile expands its land area and gained mineral deposits. Civil war between executive and legislative factions of government results in a reduction in presidential power and the rise of a parliamentary republic.

Her most recent book, The Influence of Campaign Contributions in State Legislatures: The Effects of Institutions and Politics (University of Michigan Press) won the Fenno Prize, the best book award of the Legislative Studies Section of APSA, and was the inaugural winner of the Gray Prize, the best book award of the State Politics and Policy.

Institutions and the Legislative Success of ‘Strong’ Presidents: An Analysis of Government Bills in Chile EDUARDO ALEMA´ N and PATRICIO NAVIA This paper examines the approval of government bills in Chile, evaluating the effect of presidential prerogatives and policy substance, and considering both bill-specific and contextual effects.

Cooper Chile: Political Ideology Political Ideology is basic set of beliefs about political, economic, social and cultural affairs in a society. Timeline Conflict Lay of the Land & People Salvador Allende becomes president Chilean Constitution of Diego de Almargo arrives to.

Legislative Branch The work of the legislature takes place in the National Congress, comprised of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. The country’s citizens elect deputies every four years and senators every eight using a unique binomial system that is.

This Guide to Law Online Chilecontains a selection of Chilean legal, juridical, and governmental sources accessible through the Internet. Links provide access to primary documents, legal commentary, and general government information about specific jurisdictions and topics.

Political parties, foreign policy and ideology: Argentina and Chile in comparative perspective the majority parties, the fragmentation of the Argentinian party-political system is coming into sharper focus. One of the explanations is the fact that Argentina holds legislative elections with closed lists, thus obliging voters to choose parties.

Why Governments and Parties Manipulate Elections and Implications Why Governments and Parties Manipulate Elections advances a gen-eral theory about the motives that drive electoral manipulation and tests some of the theory’s main observable implications using a variety John Londregan, Legislative Institutions and Ideology in Chile.

by both men and women. Yet the book also shows that quotas alone will not dislodge patterns of inequality inside legislative institutions. Indeed, Schwindt-Bayer notes that quotas may provoke a backlash among male politicians, exacerbating rather than mitigating women s marginalisation.

Evidence from committee assignments in. Disentangling the Role of Ideology and Partisanship in Legislative Voting: Evidence from Argentina Eduardo Alemán, Juan Pablo Micozzi, Pablo M.

Pinto, and Sebastian Saiegh Disentangling the effects of ideology, partisanship, and constituency on roll call voting is one of the most important research topics in legislative studies. Republican political institutions were able to take root in Chile in the nineteenth century before new social groups demanded participation.

Contenders from the middle and lower classes gradually were assimilated into an accommodating political system in which most disputes were settled peacefully, although disruptions related to the demands of.

Chile's system of government, with its separation of powers, was patterned after that of the United States. There are 3 branches to the government: executive, judicial, and legislative. It is a multiparty republic with a presidential system based on the constitution.

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At the same time, the party-state, powerful as it was during the Maoist period.The Chilean coup d'état was the overthrow of the socialist President of Chile Salvador Allende by the army and national police.

It followed an extended period of social unrest and political tension between the opposition-controlled Congress of Chile and the socialist President Salvador Allende, as well as economic warfare ordered by US President Richard on: Chile.

The selection of legislative members is typically governed by a country's constitution and/or its electoral laws. In general, members are either directly elected by a country's eligible voters using a defined electoral system; indirectly elected or selected by its province, state, or department legislatures; or appointed by the country's.