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Britain at the Polls 2005

Britain at the Polls 2005

Edited by:
  • John Bartle - University of Nebraska at Omaha, NE, USA
  • Anthony King - University of Warwick, UK, University of Exeter, UK

220 pages | CQ Press
Britain at the Polls 2005 continues the tradition of previous editions by providing incisive commentary on the 2005 general elections in the United Kingdom. John Bartle joins Anthony King and a group of eminent political experts to provide a measured analysis of the key issues and events that affected the election results.Contributors examine the behavior and performance of each of the main political parties, look at the impact of regional political parties in the UK, assess the role of the media, and analyze how events on the international stage, such as Iraq, affected the election results. The result is an authoritative and readable guide to the intricacies and outcomes of the 2005 election.

John Bartle

John R. Bartle is the David Scott Diamond professor of public affairs at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. His research on public budgeting and finance has been published in Municipal Finance Journal, Public Administration Review, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting and Financial Management, International Journal of Public Administration, Public Administration Quarterly, State and Local Government Review and many other professional publications. His book, Sustainable Development for Public Administration (with Deniz Leuenberger) was published in 2009. He is co-editing for ICMA,... More About Author

Anthony King

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