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Dimensionen der Entscheidungsstrukturen von Regierungen in OECD Ländern: Ergebnisse von Expertenurteilen

  • Detlef JahnEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

In demokratischen Staaten sind Entscheidungsstrukturen von Regierungen von größter Wichtigkeit. Sie bestimmen, ob politische Strukturen effizient genug sind, um gesellschaftliche Probleme zu lösen und ob wichtige Akteure in den politischen Prozess einbezogen werden. In der Vergangenheit wurden eine Vielzahl von Fallstudien durchgeführt, die sich mit diesem Thema beschäftigen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Lehrstuhl für Vergleichende RegierungslehreUniversität GreifswaldGreifswaldDeutschland

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