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Petr Kopecky
Petr Kopecky
Professor of Political Science, Institute of Political Science, Leiden University
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The two sides of Euroscepticism: Party positions on European integration in East Central Europe
P Kopecký, C Mudde
European Union Politics 3 (3), 297-326, 2002
12412002
Uncivil society
P Kopecký, C Mudde
Contentious Politics in Post-Communist Europe. London and New York: Routledge, 2003
468*2003
Party patronage and party government in European democracies
P Kopecky, P Mair, M Spirova
Oxford University Press, 2012
421*2012
The state and the parties: public funding, public regulation and rent-seeking in contemporary democracies
I Van Biezen, P Kopecký
Party politics 13 (2), 235-254, 2007
4142007
Developing party organizations in East-Central Europe: what type of party is likely to emerge?
P Kopecký
Party Politics 1 (4), 515-534, 1995
3201995
Party rules, party resources and the politics of parliamentary democracies: How parties organize in the 21st century
T Poguntke, SE Scarrow, PD Webb, EH Allern, N Aylott, I Van Biezen, ...
Party politics 22 (6), 661-678, 2016
2942016
Rethinking civil society
P Kopecky, C Mudde
Democratization 10 (3), 1-14, 2003
2492003
Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe: The nature of symbiosis
P Kopecký
Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics 22 (3), 251-273, 2006
186*2006
The cartel party and the state: Party–state linkages in European democracies
I Biezen, P Kopecký
Party Politics 20 (2), 170-182, 2014
1652014
Party patronage in contemporary democracies: Results from an expert survey in 22 countries from five regions
P Kopecký, J Meyer sahling, F Panizza, G Scherlis, C Schuster, M Spirova
European Journal of Political Research 55 (2), 416-431, 2016
1602016
‘Jobs for the boys’? Patterns of Party Patronage in Post-communist Europe
P Kopecký, M Spirova
West European Politics 34 (5), 897-921, 2011
1582011
Party patronage in contemporary Europe
P Kopecký, G Scherlis
European review 16 (3), 355-371, 2008
1552008
Political competition and party patronage: Public appointments in Ghana and South Africa
P Kopecký
Political Studies 59 (3), 713-732, 2011
1402011
Parliaments in the Czech and Slovak Republics
P Kopecký
Party competition and parliamentary institutionalization, Aldershot et al, 2001
127*2001
What has Eastern Europe taught us about the democratisation literature (and vice versa)?
P Kopecký, C Mudde
European Journal of Political Research 37 (4), 517-539, 2000
1252000
Power to the executive! the changing executive–legislative relations in eastern Europe
P Kopecký
Executive Leadership and Legislative Assemblies, 142-153, 2014
682014
Against the odds: Deviant cases of democratization
R Doorenspleet, P Kopecký
Democratization 15 (4), 697-713, 2008
682008
An awkward newcomer? EU enlargement and Euroscepticism in the Czech Republic
P Kopecký
Euroscepticism, 225-245, 2004
682004
Conceptualizing and measuring party patronage
P Kopecky, G Scherlis, M Spirova
Committee on Concepts and Methods Working Paper Series, IPSA, 2008
672008
The limited impact of state subsidies on party membership
I Van Biezen, P Kopecký
Organizing political parties: Representation, participation, and power, 84, 2017
652017
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