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Analysing Greens in power : Setting the agenda

Rihoux, Benoit and Rudig, Wolfgang (2006) Analysing Greens in power : Setting the agenda. European Journal of Political Research, 45 (Supp 1). S1-S33. ISSN 0304-4130

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Abstract

What are the key questions that political scientists investigating Green parties in government have to address? What are the possible contributions of a variety of theories and approaches to the explanation of the Green governmental experience, in a cross-national context? The international experience with Green party governmental participation is reviewed, followed by a discussion of past work and future challenges to explain Green parties' entry into government, their performance in government, the impact of government on them, and the conditions for their survival in or exit from government.