- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- Preface to the Paperback Edition
- Introduction: The Electoral Reform of the Twenty‐First Century?
- 1 Mixed‐Member Electoral Systems: A Definition and Typology
- 2 “Extreme” Electoral Systems and the Appeal of the Mixed‐Member Alternative
- 3 Germany: The Mixed‐Member System as a Political Compromise
- 4 Choosing MMP in New Zealand: Explaining the 1993 Electoral Reform
- 5 Reforming the Italian Electoral Law, 1993
- 6 The Politics of Reform in Israel: How the Israeli Mixed System Came to Be
- 7 The Causes of Electoral Reform in Japan
- 8 The Sources of Electoral Reform in Venezuela
- 9 Electoral Reform in Bolivia: Origins of the Mixed‐Member Proportional System
- 10 Reforming Electoral Systems in Mexico
- 11 Hedging Against Uncertainty: Regime Change and the Origins of Hungary's Mixed‐Member System
- 12 Compromise Amidst Political Conflict: The Origins of Russia's Mixed‐Member System
- 13 The Political Consequences of Germany's Mixed‐Member System: Personalization at the Grass Roots?
- 14 An Initial Assessment of the Consequences of MMP in New Zealand
- 15 Mixed Electoral Rules, Partisan Realignment, and Party System Change in Italy
- 16 The Israeli Mixed Electoral System: Unexpected Reciprocal and Cumulative Consequences
- 17 The Consequences of Electoral Reform in Japan
- 18 The Legislative Consequences of MMP Electoral Rules in Venezuela
- 19 The Mixed‐Member Proportional System and Its Consequences in Bolivia
- 20 The Consequences of Mexico's Mixed‐Member Electoral System, 1988–1997
- 21 Evaluating Hungary's Mixed‐Member Electoral System
- 22 The Consequences of Russia's Mixed‐Member Electoral System
- 23 The United Kingdom Comes of Age: The British Electoral Reform “Revolution” Of the 1990S
- 24 Electoral Rules and Electoral Reform in Canada
- 25 Conclusion: Are Mixed‐Member Systems the Best of Both Worlds?
Mixed‐Member Electoral Systems
The Best of Both Worlds?
- Mixed-Member Electoral Systems
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