Drawing on a comparison of the origins and effects of the electroal systems in Italy and Japan in the early 1990s that led to the implementation of a mixed electoral systems in both countries, we look at the extent to which changes in electoral systems are mere paper tigers in terms of having important impacts on party systems and ways of doing political business.

Studying Electoral Engineering via a Double-Barrelled Natural Experiment: Comparing the Long Run Consequences of 1990s Electoral Reform in Italy and Japan

GIANNETTI, DANIELA;
2014

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Drawing on a comparison of the origins and effects of the electroal systems in Italy and Japan in the early 1990s that led to the implementation of a mixed electoral systems in both countries, we look at the extent to which changes in electoral systems are mere paper tigers in terms of having important impacts on party systems and ways of doing political business.
2014
Italy and Japan: How Similar Are They? A Comparative Analysis of Politics, Economics and International Relations
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Daniela Giannetti; Bernard Grofman; Steven R. Reed
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