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Electoral Systems (2nd Edition)

A Comparative Introduction

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Red Globe Press

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Electoral Systems examines the six principle types of electoral system currently in use in more than seventy of the world's democracies. A common format is adopted throughout, dealing with explanations of how the system...

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Electoral Systems examines the six principle types of electoral system currently in use in more than seventy of the world's democracies. A common format is adopted throughout, dealing with explanations of how the system operates and its effects on the political system.

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Accessible and lucid introduction to a comparative analysis of the world's six most common election systems 
Fully updated and revised throughout 
Broad international coverage including systematic data on electoral trends in over 70 countries 
Includes sample ballot papers

The Study of Electoral Systems
The Single Member Plurality System and its Cousins
Majority Electoral Systems: Two-Round Systems and the Alternative Vote
The List Systems of Proportional Representation
Mixed-Member Systems
The Single Transferable Vote System of Proportional Representation
The Consequences of Electoral Systems
The Politics of Electoral System Design
Electoral Systems and Electoral Institutions
Electoral Systems and Stability.

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DAVID M. FARRELL is Professor of Politics and Head of the School of Politics and International Relations at University College Dublin.

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DAVID M. FARRELL is Professor of Politics and Head of the School of Politics and International Relations at University College Dublin.

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