2 edition of Parliamentary control in the Nordic countries found in the catalog.
Parliamentary control in the Nordic countries
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Matti Wiberg.|
|Series||Books from the Finnish Political Science Association,, 16, Books from the Finnish Political Science Association ;, no. 16.|
|LC Classifications||JN7042 .P3715 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||364 p. :|
|Number of Pages||364|
|LC Control Number||94237473|
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To keep the government on its toes: Behavioral trends in parliamentary questioning in Finland In Wiberg, M. (Ed.), Parliamentary control in the Nordic countries (pp. ). Tampere: Finnish Political Science Association. Google ScholarCited by: The Evolution of Electoral and Party Systems in the Nordic Countries (Praeger, ), Electoral Laws and Their Political Consequences (Agathon Press, ), and Parliamentary Versus Presidential Government (Oxford University Press, ). He has also published numerous articles in leading journals on comparative politics and democratic theory.
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All states in this region adopted parliamentary systems of government and were democ. Parliamentary Government in the Nordic Countries at a Crossroads Coping with Challenges from Europeonisotion and Presidentiolisation Thomas Persson & Matti Wiberg (eds.) Santerus Academic Press Sweden UMMB8nATSBIBL!OTHEK KIEk •ZENTRALBIBLICTHEK.
Björg Thorarensen, ‘Mechanisms for Parliamentary Control of the Executive’ in The Nordic Constitutions: A Comparative and Contextual Study (n 2) 68– 17 Eivind Smith, ‘Judicial Review of Legislation’ in The Nordic Constitutions: A Comparative and Contextual Study (n 2) This book is unique in its comparative scope and the wealth of information on the state of parliamentary democracy in the Nordic countries.
It is particularly useful for the comparativists who do. Damgaard, Erik, Parliamentary Questions and Control in Denmark. In: Matti Wiberg (Hrsg.), Parliamentary Control in the Nordic Countries.
Forms of Questioning and Behavioral Trends. Helsinki: The Finnish Political Science Association. Google ScholarCited by: mainly derived from studies on the Nordic countries. Finally it draws some conclusions on parliamentary control of the executive.
PARLIAMENT, EXECUTIVE AND CONTROL Parliament and representation Some twenty years ago, an author introduced a book. Facts and statistics about the Nordic Region and the Nordic countries. Facts about the Nordic Region. Find useful information about the Nordic Region and each of its countries here.
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Abstract. This chapter consists of a comparative analyses of children’s constitutional rights in the Nordic countries. First, we analyse children’s constitutional rights in general in the Nordic countries to assess if and how a Constitution is in line with the child’s rights approach of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (crc).We build on a model developed by Conor O’Mahony that Author: Trude Haugli, Anna Nylund.
The five Nordic countries have made different choices as to where to look for their security. Denmark, Iceland and Norway are members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Finland and Sweden participate in the European Security and Defence Policy, while Denmark has an opt-out from this area of European Union activity.
Mattson, Ingvar, Parliamentary Questions in the Swedish Riksdag. In: Matti Wiberg (Hrsg.), Parliamentary Control in the Nordic Countries. Forms of Questioning and Behavioral Trends. Helsinki: The Finnish Political Science Association. Google ScholarAuthor: Ingvar Mattson.
The Nordic Council is the official body for formal inter-parliamentary co-operation among the Nordic init has 87 representatives from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden as well as from the autonomous areas of the Faroe Islands, Greenland, and the Åland representatives are members of parliament in their respective countries or areas and are Currency: 5 currencies, Danish krone, Euro.
This is an annually updated presentation of each sovereign country in Nordic, Central and Southeastern Europe, past and present.
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Formed init has 87 members from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway. When parliamentary work is defined in a broader way (i.e. also including other aspects of the legislative and control function of MPs), parliamentary work has a significant positive effect for MPs Author: Bjørn Erik Rasch.
This book is unique in its comparative scope and the wealth of information on the state of parliamentary democracy in the Nordic countries. It is particularly useful for the comparativists who do not come from these countries, because the original literature which it covers in detail is often not accessible for the English-speaking by: It is my hope that this book Access to Information in the Nordic Countries will increase our general knowledge of the rules of free access to public records.
Hopefully, too, it will stimulate a debate on how public control of authorities should be exercised and on citizens’ participation in democratic processes.Questions about parliamentary control of the executive derive from democratic principles holding that governments in liberal democracies should be representative, responsible, and accountable.
Parliamentary control therefore incorporates the monitoring of executive power. In parliamentary systems, such monitoring is a logical consequence of the.