- Title Pages
- COMPARATIVE POLITICS
- Acknowledgements and Dedication
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 The Presidentialization of Politics in Democratic Societies: A Framework for Analysis
- 2 The British Prime Minister: Much More Than ‘First Among Equals’
- 3 A Presidentializing Party State? The Federal Republic of Germany
- 4 Presidentialization, Italian Style
- 5 The Presidentialization of Spanish Democracy: Sources of Prime Ministerial Power in Post‐Franco Spain
- 6 The Low Countries: From ‘Prime Minister’ to President‐Minister
- 7 Denmark: Presidentialization in a Consensual Democracy
- 8 ‘President Persson’—How Did Sweden Get Him?
- 9 Canada: Executive Dominance and Presidentialization
- 10 Dyarchic Presidentialization in a Presidentialized Polity: The French Fifth Republic
- 11 Finland: Let the Force Be with the Leader—But Who Is the Leader?
- 12 The Presidentialization of Portuguese Democracy?
- 13 The Failure of Presidential Parliamentarism: Constitutional versus Structural Presidentialization in Israel's Parliamentary Democracy
- 14 The Semi‐Sovereign American Prince: The Dilemma of an Independent President in a Presidential Government<sup>1</sup>
- 15 The Presidentialization of Contemporary Democratic Politics: Evidence, Causes, and Consequences
- The Presidentialization of Politics
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