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Mass Unemployment and the State$

Johannes Lindvall

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780199590643

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199590643.001.0001

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(p.211) Appendix A Governments

(p.211) Appendix A Governments

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Mass Unemployment and the State
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(p.211) Appendix A

Governments

Table A.1 Austrian governments

Period

Type of government

Parties

Prime minister

1970–1

Single‐party minority

SPö

Kreisky

1971–83

Single‐party majority

SPö

Kreisky

1983–6

Coalition majority

SPö, FPö

Sinowatz

1986–7

Coalition majority

SPö, FPö

Vranitzky

1987–97

Coalition majority

SPö, öVP

Vranitzky

1997–2000

Coalition majority

SPö, öVP

Klima

2000–5

Coalition majority

öVP, FPö

Schüssel

2005–7

Coalition majority

öVP, BZö

Schüssel

2007–8

Coalition majority

SPö, öVP

Gusenbauer

2008–

Coalition majority

SPö, öVP

Faymann

Note: Prime minister's party listed first. BZö: Bündnis Zukunft österreich, far right. SPö: Sozialdemokratische Partei österreichs (until 1991 Sozialistische Partei österreichs), social democratic. öVP: österreichische Volkspartei, Christian democratic. FPö: Freiheitliche Partei österreichs, liberal until 1986, far right thereafter.

Table A.2 Danish governments

Period

Type of government

Parties

Prime minister

1972–3

Single‐party minority

S

Jørgensen

1973–5

Single‐party minority

V

Hartling

1975–8

Single‐party minority

S

Jørgensen

1978–9

Coalition minority

S, V

Jørgensen

1979–82

Single‐party minority

S

Jørgensen

1982–8

Coalition minority

KF, CD, KrF, V

Schlüter

1988–90

Coalition minority

KF, RV, V

Schlüter

1990–3

Coalition minority

KF, V

Schlüter

1993–4

Coalition majority

S, CD, KrF, RV

P. Rasmussen

1994–6

Coalition minority

S, CD, RV

P. Rasmussen

1996–2001

Coalition minority

S, RV

P. Rasmussen

2001–9

Coalition minority

V, KF

A. Rasmussen

2009–

Coalition minority

V, KF

L. Rasmussen

Note: Prime minister's party listed first. CD: Centrumdemokraterne, centrist. KF: Det Konservative Folkeparti, conservative. KrF: Kristeligt Folkeparti, Christian democratic. RV: Det Radikale Venstre, social liberal. S: Socialdemokratiet, social democratic. V: Venstre, liberal.

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Table A.3 Dutch governments

Period

Type of government

Parties

Prime minister

1973–7

Coalition majority

PvdA, ARP, D66, KVP, PPR

Den Uyl

1977–81

Coalition majority

CDA, VVD

Van Agt

1981–2

Coalition majority

CDA, D66, PvdA

Van Agt

1982

Coalition majority

CDA, D66

Van Agt

1982–9

Coalition majority

CDA, VVD

Lubbers

1989–94

Coalition majority

CDA, PvdA

Lubbers

1994–2002

Coalition majority

PvdA, D66, VDD

Kok

2002–3

Coalition majority

CDA, LPF, VVD

Balkenende

2003–6

Coalition majority

CDA, D66, VDD

Balkenende

2006–7

Coalition majority

CDA, VDD

Balkenende

2007–

Coalition majority

CDA, CU, PvdA

Balkenende

Note: Prime minister's party listed first. ARP: Anti‐Revolutionaire Partij, Christian democratic (Protestant). CDA: Christen Democratisch Appèl, Christian democratic (a merger of ARP, KVP, and a third Christian democratic party). CU: ChristenUnie, Christian democratic. D66: Democraten 66, social liberal. KVP: Katholieke Volkspartij, Christian democratic (Catholic). LPF: Lijst Pim Fortuyn, far right. PvdA: Partij van de Arbeid, social democratic. PPR: Politieke Partij Radikalen, left‐wing. VVD: Volkspartij voor Vrijheid en Democratie, conservative‐liberal.

Table A.4 Swedish governments

Period

Type of government

Parties

Prime minister

1969–76

Single‐party minority

s

Palme

1976–8

Coalition majority

c, fp, m

Fälldin

1978–9

Single‐party minority

fp

Ullsten

1979–81

Coalition majority

c, fp, m

Fälldin

1981–2

Coalition minority

c, fp

Fälldin

1982–6

Single‐party minority

s

Palme

1986–91

Single‐party minority

s

Carlsson

1991–4

Coalition minority

m, c, fp, kd

Bildt

1994–6

Single‐party minority

s

Carlsson

1996–2006

Single‐party minority

s

Persson

2006–

Coalition majority

m, c, fp, kd

Reinfeldt

Note: Prime minister's party listed first. c: Centerpartiet, center (agrarian). fp: Folkpartiet liberalerna (earlier Folkpartiet), liberal. kd: Kristdemokraterna (earlier Kristdemokratiska samhällspartiet), Christian democratic. m: Moderaterna (earlier Moderata samlingspartiet), conservative. s: Sveriges socialdemokratiska arbetareparti, Socialdemokratiska arbetarepartiet, social democratic.