Political Institutions in the Federal Republic of Germany (Comparative Political Institutions Series)

Political Institutions in the Federal Republic of Germany (Comparative Political Institutions Series)

by Manfred G . Schmidt (Author)

Synopsis

This text offers a concise and comprehensive overview of the Federal Republic of Germany post 1945. The chapters will enable students to understand how Germany's political institutions work, their strengths and weaknesses and the relationship between institutions and the political process.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 296
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Published: 06 Mar 2003

ISBN 10: 0198782594
ISBN 13: 9780198782599

Media Reviews
Schmidt's book is a welcome addition to the English language literature on German poitics and, in many respects, sets new standards'Klaus E. Goetz, LSE in West European Politics Vol 26 No 4 October 2003.
'Schmidt's book performs well in comparison to other literature on the subject and he has succeeded in authoring a well-formed and readable work...this is an excellent publication that should be recommended to those with an interest in the political institutions of the FRG.' * Craig McClean, University of Newcastle, Political Studies Review, January 2004. *
Author Bio
Manfred Schmidt is Professor in Political Science at the University of Heidelberg. He was previously Professor in Political Science at the Centre for Social Policy Research in Bremen. He has written widely on comparative public policy and politics in Germany and was the winner of the Leibniz-Preis of the German Research Foundation in 1995.