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Comparer deux " démocraties hors normes "

Abstract : Comparing two " special democracies " This tematic issue is the outcome of a conference attended by Italian, Japanese and French researchers interested in comparing Italy and Japan. Political scientists have already used that approach, but always focusing on the specificities of the two countries and the features of their political systems which are considered illustrative of their deep abnormalities. As against this process which they deem unsatisfactory, the authors set themselves three objectives : to outline a parallel history of the two countries, to highlight certain aspects of their political systems, to analyze the latest developments. This leads them to a different approach to the fundamental political realities - corruption, clientelism, and party government --, and to challenge the rele­vance of a new concept, that of " regulated redistributive partitocracy ".
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Jean-Marie Bouissou, Marc Lazar. Comparer deux " démocraties hors normes ". Revue Francaise de Science Politique, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 2001, 51 (4), pp.531-543. ⟨hal-01016962⟩



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