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Robert Harmel is Professor of Political Science at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. Lars Svasand has been Professor at the Department of Politics, University of Bergen, Norway, and is currently Professor Emeritus at that institution. Hilmar Mjelde is a post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Information Science and Media Studies at the University of Bergen.
Abbreviations / Preface / Part I: Introduction / 1. Introduction / 2. The Cases and their Contexts / Part II: Institutionalisation / 3. Party Institutionalisation: Concepts and Indicators / 4. Levels of Party Institutionalisation: The Progress Parties / 5. Institutionalisation: `Impediments' and the Progress Parties / 6. Leadership and Institutionalisation of Entrepreneurial Protest Parties / 7. The Leadership Theory and the Progress Parties / Part III: De-Institutionalisation / 8. After Institutionhood: Concept, Theory, and Application of `De-Institutionalisation' / Part IV: Conclusions / 9. Conclusions / Appendix: Comparative Cases / References / Index / About the Contributors