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Executive Politics in France: from leader to laggard?

Abstract : This chapter begins by reviewing the study of executive politics comparatively. It then reviews the study of executive politics in France, showing how scholars based in France were once at the cutting edge of international scholarship in this area. However, with the turn of French political science to political sociology, the study of the French executive tends to be carried out more by scholars outside France and by comparativists rather than by scholars within France itself. In this context, the chapter proposes a research agenda that urges a focus on the application of the new institutionalism to the French case, particularly the comparative work in this area, for an emphasis on the study of personalization and mediatization; for the literature on political psychology to be applied more systematically; for work on coalitions, and government formation and termination, to be extended; and for constructivist approaches to political leadership to be applied.
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Robert Elgie, Emiliano Grossman. Executive Politics in France: from leader to laggard?. Robert Elgie; Emiliano Grossman; Amy G. Mazur. The Oxford Handbook of French Politics, Oxford University Press, pp.177 - 197, 2017, 9780199669691. ⟨hal-02381452⟩

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