6 edition of Collective clientelism found in the catalog.
|Series||The Political economy of international change|
|LC Classifications||HC241.25.D44 R38 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 389 p. :|
|Number of Pages||389|
|LC Control Number||84017674|
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Clientelism in the Public Sector: Why Public Service Reforms Fail and What to Do about It Bold, Tessa; Molina, Ezequiel; Safir, Abla () In many developing countries (and beyond), public sector workers are not just simply implementers of policies designed by the politicians in charge of supervising them -- so called agents and principals Author: Tessa Bold, Ezequiel Molina, Abla Safir. Keywords: political ethnography, clientelism, collective action, environmen-tal suffering, clandestinity It has been 15 years since I began my first long-term fieldwork project— the one that culminated in my first book, Poor People’s Politics.1 In these 15 years, I conducted (alone or in collaboration) five different, more orCited by: 1.
American Journal of Political Science 57(3): ; Lindberg, Staffan I., and Keith Weghorst. "Effective Opposition Strategies: Collective Goods or Clientelism?" Democratization 18(5): ; View Curriculum Vitae. Brokers, Voters, and Clientelism Brokers, Voters, and Clientelism addresses major questions in distributive politics. Why is it acceptable for parties to try to win elections by promising to make certain groups This book develops a theory of broker-mediated distribution to and to the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements,File Size: KB.
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Collective Clientelism. The Lomé Conventions and North-South Relations. John Ravenhill. Columbia University Press. : Collective Clientelism (): John Ravenhill: Books. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart.
Books Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Whole Foods. Clientelism is a way by which politicians and political organizations overcome the famous problem of collective action (Olson, ). Collective action does not occur automatically from groups having common concerns or a perception of shared interest.
the book shows that clientelism is a collective mobilisation practice and can thrive in a long-standing parliamentary democracy in societies with high levels of socioeconomic development.
Clientelism is a powerful tool in the hands of politicians who want to cement political support and create a strong and loyal party network. Electoral clientelism as status affirmation in Africa: evidence from Ghana* - Volume 55 Issue 4 - Elena Gadjanova If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account.
Find out more about sending content to by: 6. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Based on the author's thesis (Ph. D.)--University of California at Berkeley. Description. clientelism in developing countries, a paper that ultimately be- came Chapter 5 in this book.
1 As I progressed in this project, I began to realize that it was built on shaky ground and that I. consider clientelism to be dyadic or collective, more exploitative or more strategic, whether they study it at the grassroots or in the state, the contributors see transformations in how it is playing.
Collective Action, Collective clientelism book and Connectivity. And while studies of collective action under clientelism are in short supply, the few that exist are generally pessimistic. This book is an Author: Mahvish Shami. Luis Roniger, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), The Context of PCR.
The contradictions and instability inherent in PCR and clientelism are symptomatic of the macrosocial context in which they arise. Unlike societies in which hereditary ascriptive principles predominate, full-fledged clientelism flourishes where markets are no.
To illustrate this, the book applies the tools it develops to the study of specific collective action problems such as clientelism, focusing on its connections with economic development and political redistribution; and wage bargaining, showing its economic determinants and its relevance for the political economy of the welfare state.
As I explain in the introduction of my book, the first and typical ‘image’ of clientelism is that of an individual agreement. The second ‘image’ of clientelism is that of a strategy for collective mobilization. Politicians create networks of clients that help them organize a campaign infrastructure with a strong support network.
Workshop Title: Political Clientelism in the 21st Century: Theory and Practice Outline of the Workshops Academic Content and Its Relation to the Existing Literature Within the literature on party competition there is a general assumption that citizens vote for a platform or program rather than narrow personal material gains.
To illustrate this, the book applies the tools it develops to the study of specific collective action problems such as clientelism, focusing on its connections with economic development and political redistribution; and wage bargaining, showing its economic determinants and its relevance for the political economy of the welfare : Paperback.
THE LOGIC OF CLIENTELISM IN ARGENTINA: An Ethnographic Account* Javier Auyero State University of New York, Stony Brook Abstract: Based on ethnographic fieldwork in a shantytown in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, this article studies the workings of Peronist "political clientelism" among the urban poor.
Inequality, Representation, and Needs Satisfaction Under Clientelism and Democracy -- J. Shefner PART III: THE MULTIPLE DYNAMICS OF CLIENTELISM IN LATIN AMERICA Democratic Processes, Patronage Politics, and Contentious Collective Action in El Alto, Bolivia -- P. Lapegna & J. Auyero Clientelism, Democracy, and Violence in Rio de Janeiro -- R.
Cameroon's Predicaments by Tse Peter Angwafo This book deals with a variety of socio-cultural, economic and political problems facing Cameroon and the rest of Africa, with particular reference to unemployment, corruption, poverty, criminality, violence, insecurity, and moral decadence.
Editorial Reviews 'The dynamics of clientelism in Latin America are analyzed from varying qualitative, theoretical perspectives in this book edited by Hilgers Comparative overviews assess the nature and level of clientelism across the region, and various case studies provide micro-level detail - the "everyday" of the title - on clientelism in parts of Bolivia, Brazil, Mexico, Pages: 'The dynamics of clientelism in Latin America are analyzed from varying qualitative, theoretical perspectives in this book edited by Hilgers Comparative overviews assess the nature and level of clientelism across the region, and various case studies provide micro-level detail - the "everyday" of the title - on clientelism in parts of Bolivia, Brazil, Mexico, and Uruguay this volume is useful.
Diary of a Dismissed Delegate is the personal story of the trials and travails of George Ngwane as a civil servant in Cameroon. With documented evidence in support, the book delves into the destructive machinations of the bureaucracy and sycophancy at the heart of the Cameroonian public service, and its detrimental effects on meritocracy and the public good.
BOOK REVIEW Parsa's formidable comparative work combines a structural approach with Parsa looks at factors relating to state capacity, collective action, and resource mobilization (specifically: opportunities, organization, threats, vulnerabili- text for the initial formation of the contras but then shifts to clientelism and cross-class.Zero Hunger: Political Culture and Antipoverty Policy in Northeast Brazil is a book by anthropologist Aaron Ansell published by the University of North Carolina Press in The book traces the interactions between an activist state (the Workers' Party or Partido dos Trabalhadores) and a historically impoverished segment of the nation, offering an alternative to clientelism and Author: Aaron Ansell.The combination of this opting out behavior with low levels of institutional trust, especially among "middle class" members, fragmented interests and clientelism, among other factors, results in weak collective action and lack of effective demand for improvements in service provision.