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Rudy Andeweg
Rudy Andeweg
Professor of Political Science, Leiden University
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Governance and Politics of the Netherlands
RB Andeweg, GA Irwin, T Louwerse
Palgrave macmillan, 2005
8602005
Consociational democracy
RB Andeweg
Annual Review of Political Science 3 (1), 509-536, 2000
5522000
Ministers as double agents? The delegation process between cabinet and ministers
RB Andeweg
European Journal of Political Research 37, 377-395, 2000
2912000
Dutch government and politics
RB Andeweg, GA Irwin
Macmillan, 1993
2911993
Modes of political representation: Toward a new typology
RB Andeweg, JJA Thomassen
Legislative Studies Quarterly 30 (4), 507-528, 2005
2812005
Pathways to party unity: Sanctions, loyalty, homogeneity and division of labour in the Dutch parliament
RB Andeweg, J Thomassen
Party Politics 17 (5), 655-672, 2011
2172011
Beyond the two-body image: Relations between ministers and MPs
RB Andeweg, L Nijzink
Parliaments and majority rule in Western Europe 152, 1995
2111995
The reshaping of national party systems
R Andeweg
West European Politics 18 (3), 58-78, 1995
1781995
Approaching Perfect Policy Congruence: Measurement, Development, and Relevance for Political Representation
RB Andeweg
How Democracy Works, 39-52, 2011
1522011
Conflict management in coalition government
RB Andeweg, A Timmermans
Conference on Coalition Governance, 2000
1442000
Beyond representativeness? Trends in political representation
RB Andeweg
European Review 11 (2), 147-161, 2003
1332003
Demoted leaders and exiled candidates: Disentangling party and person in the voter’s mind
JJM Van Holsteyn, RB Andeweg
Electoral Studies 29 (4), 628-635, 2010
1212010
Myth and reality of the legitimacy crisis: Explaining trends and cross-national differences in established democracies
C Van Ham, JJA Thomassen, K Aarts, RB Andeweg
Oxford University Press, 2017
1132017
Executive-legislative relations in the Netherlands: consecutive and coexisting patterns
RB Andeweg
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 161-182, 1992
1051992
Role specialisation or role switching? Dutch MPs between electorate and executive
RB Andeweg
The Journal of Legislative Studies 3 (1), 110-127, 1997
1021997
Parliamentary opposition in post-consociational democracies: Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands
RB Andeweg, L De Winter, WC Müller
Parliamentary Opposition in Old and New Democracies, 58-93, 2013
1012013
The Netherlands: the sanctity of proportionality
RB Andeweg
The Politics of electoral systems, 491-510, 2005
992005
Beyond collective representation: individual members of parliament and interest representation in the Netherlands
J Thomassen, RB Andeweg
The Journal of Legislative Studies 10 (4), 47-69, 2004
942004
Linking birth order to political leadership: The impact of parents or sibling interaction?
RB Andeweg, SBVD Berg
Political Psychology 24 (3), 605-623, 2003
942003
Dutch voters adrift: on explanations of electoral change (1963-1977)
RB Andeweg
(No Title), 1982
921982
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