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politics of clientelism

democracy & the state in Colombia

by John D. Martz

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Published by Transaction Publishers in New Brunswick, NJ .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Colombia,
  • Colombia.
    • Subjects:
    • Patronage, Political -- Colombia.,
    • Patron and client -- Colombia.,
    • Democracy -- Colombia.,
    • State, The.,
    • Colombia -- Politics and government -- 1946-

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 325-349) and index.

      StatementJohn D. Martz.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJL2881 .M37 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 358 p. ;
      Number of Pages358
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL983762M
      ISBN 101560002646
      LC Control Number96021482

        One common demand in the uprisings in the MENA region was the call for ‘freedom, dignity, and social justice.’ Citizens rallied against corruption and clientelism, which for many protesters were deeply linked to political tyranny. This book takes the phenomenon of the uprisings as a point of departure for reassessing clientelism and patronage across the entire MENA region. Using.   Brokers, Voters, and Clientelism addresses major questions in distributive politics. Why is it acceptable for parties to try to win elections by promising to make certain groups of people better off, but unacceptable and illegal to pay people for their votes?/5.

      comparing political corruption and clientelism Posted By Georges Simenon Ltd TEXT ID ec9 Online PDF Ebook Epub Library kindly say the comparing political corruption and doi link for comparing political corruption and clientelism comparing political corruption and clientelism book. Description of the Expected Profile of the Participants Political scientists and political economists working on political parties, political participation, representation, political culture, and economic development dealing with the phenomenon of political clientelism.

        Clientelism, Social Policy, and the Quality of Democracy is balanced between a section devoted to understanding clientelism’s infamous effects and history in Latin America and a section that draws out implications for other regions, specifically Africa, Southeast Asia, and Eastern and Central Europe. These rich and instructive case studies glean larger comparative lessons that can help . Clientelism is characterized by the combination of particularistic targeting and contingency-based exchange. This method of contingent exchange thrives in both autocracies and democracies. It exists in a large variety of cultural contexts. Confronted with economic development, clientelism fades away in some political contexts but adapts and survives in others. This article explores our.


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This enables urban elites to mobilize low-status clients for such acts as mass demonstrations of political loyalty to the regime.

Thus, traditional clientelism has been modified through the process of modernization. Part One of The Politics of Clientelism examines Colombian politics, focusing on the incarnation and traditional forms of clientelism. Part Two explores the policies of Cited by:   "In Latin America the state is the prime regulator, coordinator, and pace-setter of the entire national system, the apex of the pyramid from which patronage, wealth, power, and programs flow.

The state bears responsibility for the realization of civic needs, providing goods and services to each Author: John Martz. Thus, traditional clientelism has been modified through the process of One of The Politics of Clientelism examines Colombian politics, focusing on the incarnation and traditional forms of by: The Politics of Clientelism: Democracy and the State in Colombia - Ebook written by John D.

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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Politics of Clientelism: Democracy and the State in Colombia. Brokers, Voters, and Clientelism addresses major questions in distributive politics. Why is it acceptable for parties to try to win elections by promising to make certain groups of people better off, but unacceptable - and illegal - to pay people for their votes?Cited by:   Abstract and Keywords This chapter introduces the politics of Kenya by focusing on three identities and relationships that have animated its politics over the last years: community, clientelism, and class.

This stylized approach is not intended to downplay the importance of formal political and economic institutions. Political clientelism, the giving of material resources as a quid pro quo for political support, is best understood as part of an ongoing exchange between patron and (p.

) client, with threats of defection instead of, or perhaps in addition to, norms of reciprocity sustaining it. Incorporating the old observation that patron–client. I study clientelism, which is, in my view, a fundamental but understudied and highly underrated phenomenon in politics.

In my book, Clientelism and Economic Policy: Greece and the Crisis, I define clientelism as ‘the distribution of resources by political power through an agreement in which politicians – the patrons – make this allocation dependent on the political support of the beneficiaries – their clients’ (page 12).

Clientelism. Past modernization literature has assumed that corruption and clientelism reflect a pre-modern social structure and could be referred to as a pathologic phenomenon of the political system. Very few have considered corruption and clientelism as structural products of an interwoven connection between capital accumulation, bureaucratic rationalization, interest intermediation and political participation from below.

In book: Clientelism and Electoral Competition in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines (pp) Publisher: Routledge; Editors: Dirk Tomsa, Andreas Ufen. political clientelism in the theoretical framework of a democratic political system characterised by an internal differentiation in government and bureaucracy, party politics, and a politically.

His first book, Crude Democracy: Natural Resource Wealth and Political Regimes (Cambridge, ), won the Best Book Award from the Comparative Democratization Section of. Published by Blackwell Publishing, Garsington Road, Oxford, OX4 2DQ, UK and Main Street, Malden, MAUSA.

The political economy of clientelism also that this takes singularly inefficient forms. For instance, redistribution often involves offers of employment in the bureaucracy.

This book improves understandings of how and why clientelism endures in Latin America and why state policy is often ineffective. Political scientists and sociologists, the contributors employ ethnography, targeted interviews, case studies, within-case and regional comparison, thick. From this, the author develops a theory on clientelism and policy-making, addressing key questions on the politics of economic reform, government autonomy and party politics.

The book is an essential addition to the literatures on clientelism, public choice theory, and comparative political economy. Part II of this book constructs a model of clientelism that pivots around the behavior of types of individuals – party leaders, brokers, and voters.

Part III examines macro-dynamics of clientelism: why it persists and what forces may undermine it, with an emphasis Author: Susan C. Stokes, Thad Dunning, Marcelo Nazareno, Valeria Brusco.

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In many young democracies, local politics remain a bastion of nondemocratic practices, from corruption to clientelism to abuse of power. In a context where these practices are widespread, will local politicians ever voluntarily abandon them? Focusing on the practice of clientelism in social policy in Argentina, this book argues that only the combination of a growing middle class and intense.

Covid has revealed the depth of cronyism and clientelism in British public life. More than almost any comparable state, Britain – or, more accurately, England – has outsourced swathes of its pandemic response, often to companies with strong links to Conservative politicians but little obvious relevant experience.clientelism and democracy and between clientelism and development.

It then evaluates the connection between clientelism and a variety of political and economic outcomes, including democratic.