Challenging the wisdom on preferential proportional representation
Journal of Theoretical Politics, 2020, vol. 32, issue 1, 168-182
The conclusion to the special issue takes stock of both the first and the second generations of research on preferential proportional representation (PR) and electoral personalism. The article uses this appraisal in order to locate this projectâ€™s achievements within extant scholarship. It argues that the project not only reevaluates but also challenges the wisdom on preferential PR. In challenging the canon, the project enriches the study of electoral institutions, political parties, legislative politics, comparative politics, and political science more broadly.
Keywords: Electoral institutions; proportional representation; preference voting; electoral personalism; political parties (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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