3 edition of Voluntary associations and Nordic party systems found in the catalog.
Voluntary associations and Nordic party systems
Victor Alexis Pestoff
by University of Stockholm, Dept. of Political Science in Stockholm
|Statement||Victor Alexis Pestoff.|
|Series||Stockholm studies in politics ;, 10|
|LC Classifications||JN7066 .P47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 202 p. :|
|Number of Pages||202|
|LC Control Number||78301798|
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Get this from a library. Voluntary associations and Nordic party systems: a study of overlapping memberships and cross-pressures in Finland, Norway, and Sweden. [Victor Alexis Pestoff].
Book Review Section: Voluntary Associations and Nordic Party Systems: by Victor Alexis Pestoff. Sweden Stockholm University Department of Political Science, pp. n.p.i Sweden Stockholm University Department of Political Science, pp.
n.p.i. Dr. Pestoff began his academic career by examining the relations between party systems, popular movements and voluntary organizations in three Nordic countries with his Ph.D. in For 35 years thereafter he explored the political and democratic aspects of voluntary organizations, cooperatives, third sector organizations and the social economy.
Book Reviews: Victor Alexis Pestoff: Voluntary Associations and Nordic Party Systems. A Study of Overlapping Memberships and Cross-Pressures in Finland, Norway and Swe den, Stockholm Studies in Polit Department of Political Science, University of Stockholm,pp.
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