Populism and New Patterns of Political Competition in Western Europe

Daniele Albertazzi (Redaktør) ; Davide Vampa (Redaktør)

This book analyses how party competition has adjusted to the success of populism in Western Europe, whether this is non-populists dealing with their populist competitors, or populists interacting with each other. Les mer
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This book analyses how party competition has adjusted to the success of populism in Western Europe, whether this is non-populists dealing with their populist competitors, or populists interacting with each other.


The volume focuses on Western Europe in the period 2007-2018 and considers both right-wing and left-wing populist parties. It critically assesses the concept and rise of populism, and includes case studies on Austria, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland, the United Kingdom, Greece, and Italy. The authors apply an original typology of party strategic responses to political competitors, which allows them to map interactions between populist and non-populist parties in different countries. They also assess the links between ideology and policy, the goals of different populist parties, and how achieving power affects these parties. The volume provides important lessons for the study of political competition, particularly in the aftermath of a crisis and, as such, its framework can inform future research in the post-Covid-19 era.


This wide-ranging study will appeal to students and scholars of political science interested in populism and political competition; and will appeal to policy makers and politicians from across the political spectrum.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction


Daniele Albertazzi, Donatella Bonansinga, and Davide Vampa





Part I


2. Populism and Democracy in Europe


Davide Vittori and Leonardo Morlino


3. The Strategies of Party Competition: A Typology


Daniele Albertazzi, Donatella Bonansinga, and Davide Vampa





Part II


4. Austria


Reinhard Heinisch, Fabian Habersack, and Franz Fallend


5. France


James Shields


6. Germany


Hartwig Pautz


7. The Netherlands


Tjitske Akkerman


8. Switzerland


Laurent Bernhard, Cecilia Biancalana, and Oscar Mazzoleni


9. Denmark


Susi Meret


10. Finland


Ann-Cathrine Jungar


11. The United Kingdom


Davide Vampa


12. Greece


Emmanouil Tsatsanis


13. Italy


Caterina Froio





14. Conclusion


Davide Vampa and Daniele Albertazzi

Om forfatteren

Daniele Albertazzi is Reader in Politics at the Department of Political Science and International Studies (POLSIS) of the University of Birmingham, UK.


Davide Vampa is Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at Aston University, UK.