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Wolfgang C. Müller

In: Handbook of Party Politics

Chapter 17: Party Patronage and Party Colonization of the State

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Party Patronage and Party Colonization of the State
Party patronage and party colonization of the state
Introduction

Party patronage is the use of public resources in particularistic and direct exchanges between clients and party politicians or party functionaries. Directness means that, in contrast to programmatic linkages, the parties are able to ...

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