Hopkin, Jonathan (2012) In upcoming elections across the Eurozone periphery, voters are likely to react to austerity by replacing technocracy with populism. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.
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Historically, democracy in Europe has revolved around well-organized political parties with clear constituencies and distinct economic policy positions, but the push towards monetary union on the continent has seen the decline of this type of politics in favour of Europe-wide economic management by technocrats. Jonathan Hopkin argues that voters in the European periphery are now turning to parties on the radical left and right that reject austerity policies, which will have significant consequences for macroeconomic policy in Europe.
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|Library of Congress subject classification:||J Political Science > JN Political institutions (Europe)|
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