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Petr Kopecký

Geboren
1967
Geslacht
Man

Promotie (1999)

Type examen
Promotie
Datum
1999
Plaats
Leiden
Proefschrift
Political competition and institutionalization of parliaments : the Czech and Slovak republics

Gewoon Hoogleraar (2011)

Benoeming
Gewoon Hoogleraar
Faculteit
Sociale Wetenschappen
Vakgebied
Politicologie
Leeropdracht
Comparative studies of parties and party systems
Datum benoeming
2011
Datum oratie
2012-05-21

Publicaties

Wetenschappelijk
  • Spirova M. & Kopecky P. (2015), Party patronage East and West: is party patronage a post-communist phenomenon? Paper presented at the CES Conference, Paris, 8-10 July 2015. Paris.
  • Van Biezen I. & Kopecky P. (2015), Patterns of party funding in European democracies: state subsidies and the party organization. Paper presented at the ECPR General Conference, Montreal, 26-29 August 2015. Montreal.
  • Van Biezen I.C. & Kopecky P. (2014), The cartel party and the state: Party–state linkages in European democracies, Party Politics 20(2): 170-182.
  • Spirova M. & Kopecky P. (2014), Patrons or champions? The organizational strategies of ethnic parties. Paper presented at the 2014 ECPR Workshop on Clientelism and Public Policy, Salamanca, April 2014. Salamanca.
  • Spirova M.S. & Kopecky P. (2013), Patrons or champions? The organizational strategies of ethnic parties. Council for European Studies Annual Conference, Amsterdam.
  • Kopecky P. (2012), Give me 'Trafika': Party Patronage in the Czech Republic. In: Kopecky P., Mair P., Spirova M. (Red.) Party Patronage and Party Government in European Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 74-91.
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2012), Measuring party patronage through structured expert interviews. In: Kopecky P., Mair P., Spirova M. (Red.) Party Patronage and PartyGovernment in European Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 17-30.
  • Kopecky P. & Mair P. (2012), Party Patronage as an Organizational Resource. In: Kopecky P., Mair P., Spirova M. (Red.) Party Patronage and Party Government in European Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 3-16.
  • Kopecky P. & Mair P. (2012), Conclusion: Party Patronage in Contemporary Europe. In: Kopecky P., Mair P., Spirova M. (Red.) Party Patronage and Party Government in European Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 357-374.
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2011), 'Jobs for the Boys’? Patterns of Party Patronage in Post-Communist Europe, West European Politics 34(3): 897-921.
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2011), Party management and state colonization in post-communist Europe: the European dimension. In: Paul G. Lewis and Radek Markowski (Red.) Europeanising party politics? Comparative perspectives on Central and Eastern Europe. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 25-43.
  • Kopecky P. (2011), Political competition and party patronage: Public appointments in Ghana and South Africa, Political Studies 59(3): 713-732.
  • Kopecky P. (2011), Clientelism. In: Bertrand Badie, Dirk Berg-Schlosser and Leonardo Morlino (Red.) International Encyclopedia of Political Science. London: Sage.
  • Kopecky P. (2008), Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe: The nature of symbiosis. In: Kopecky P. (Red.) Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe. Abingdon: Routledge. 1-22.
  • Kopecky P. & Scherlis G. (2008), Party patronage in contemporary Europe, European Review 16(3): 355-371.
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2008), Power of the powerless: Parliamentary opposition in Eastern Europe, The Journal of Legislative Studies 14(1/2): 133-159.
  • Kopecky P. & Doorenspleet R. (2008), Against all odds: Deviant cases of democratization, Democratization 15(4): 697-713.
  • Kopecky P., Doorenspleet R. & Mudde C.E. (2008), Deviant democracies: Democratization against the odds (special issue of democratization). London: Taylor & Francis.
  • Kopecky P. (2007), The State and the Parties: Public Funding, Public Regulation and Rent-seeking in Contemporary Democracies, Party Politics 13(2): 235-254.
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Structures of representation. In: White S, Batt J, Lewis P.G. (Red.) Developments in Central and East European Politics. Basingstoke: Palgrave. 145-160.
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Spoils to the winners: Political parties and the state in contemporary Africa. In: Sidiropoulos E. (Red.) SA Yearbook of International Affairs 2006-07. Pietermaritzburg: Intrepid Printers and South African Institute of International Affairs. 285-293.
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Building party government: Political parties in the Czech and Slovak Republics. In: Webb P., White S. (Red.) Party Politics in New Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 119-146.
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe: The nature of symbiosis. In: Kopecky P. (Red.) Political Parties and the State in Post-Communist Europe. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Civil or uncivil? Civil society’s role in promoting values, norms and rights. In: Kopecky P., Mudde C. (Red.) CIVICUS Global Survey of the State of Civil Society, Volume 2: Comparative Perspectives. Bloomfield: Kumarian Press. 301-317.
  • Kopecky P. & Holsteyn J.J.M. van (2006), The grass is always greener ... Mass attitudes toward the European Union in the Czech and Slovak Republics. In: Rohrschneider R., Whitefield S. (Red.) Public opinion, party competition and the European Union in post-communist Europe. Houndmills: Palgrave. 105-120.
  • Kopecky P. (2006), Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe: The nature of symbiosis, The Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics 22(3): 251-273.
  • Kopecky P. (2006), The rise of the power monopoly: Political parties in the Czech republic. In: Jungerstam-Mulders S. (Red.) Post-communist EU member states. Parties and party systems. Aldershot: Ashgate. 125-146.
  • Kopecky P. (2006), Power to the executive! The changing executive-legislative relations in Eastern Europe. In: Baldwin N.D.J. (Red.) Executive leadership and legislative assemblies. Abingdon: Routledge. 142-153.
  • Kopecky P. & Holsteyn J.J.M. van (2006), The grass is always greener ...: Mass attittudes toward the European Union in the Czech and Slovak republics. In: Rohrschneider R., Whitefield S. (Red.) Public opinion, party competition and the European Union in post-communist Europe. New York, USA: Palgrave. 105-120.
  • Kopecky P. & Mudde C.E. (2005), Euroscepsis: een conceptualisatie. In: Vollaard J.P., Boer B. (Red.) Euroscepsis in Nederland. Utrecht: Lemma. 15-22.
  • Kopecky P. (2005), Parliaments in Central and Eastern Europe: Changing legislative institutions, Czech Sociological Review 3(41): 361-373.
  • Kopecky P. (2004), An Akward Newcomer? EU Enlargement and Euroscepticism in the Czech Republic, European Studies 20: 225-245.
  • Kopecky P. (2004), Czech Republic: Entrenching proportional representation. In: Colomer J.M. (Red.) Handbook of Electoral System Choice. Basingstoke: Palgrave. 347-358.
  • Kopecky P. (2004), Power to the Executive! The changing executive - Legislative Relations in Eastern Europe, Journal of Legislative Studies 10(2&3): 142-153.
  • Cranenburgh O.B.R.C van & Kopecky P. (2004), Political Institutions in new Democracies: (Not so) Hidden Majoritarianism in Post-apartheid South Africa, Acta Politica 39(3): 279-296.
  • Kopecky P. (2003), Structures of representation: New parliaments of Central and Eastern Europe. In: White S., Batt J., Lewis P.G. (Red.) Developments in Central and East European Politics. Basingstoke: Palgrave. 133-152.
  • Kopecky P. & Mudde C.E. (2003), Rethinking civil society, Democratization 10(3): 1-14.
  • Kopecky P. & Mair P. (2003), Political parties and government. In: Salih M. (Red.) African Political Parties: Evolution, Institutionalisation and Governance. London: Pluto Press. 275-292.
  • Kopecky P. & Biezen I.C van (2003), On the predominance of state money: Reassessing party financing in new democracies of Southern and Eastern Europe. In: Lewis P.G., Webb P. (Red.) Pan-European Perspectives on Party Politics. Leiden: Brill. 97-125.
  • Kopecky P. (2003), Civil society, uncivil society, and contentious politics in post-communist Europe. In: Kopecky P., Mudde C.E. (Red.) Uncivil Society? Contentious Politics in Eastern Europe. London: Routledge. 1-18.
  • Kopecky P. & Ucen P. (2003), Return to Europe? Patterns of euroscepticism among the Czech and Slovak political parties. In: Rupnik J., Zielonka J. (Red.) The Road to the European Union - Volume I The Czech and Slovak Republics. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 164-179.
  • Kopecky P. & Mudde A. (2002), The Two Sides of Euroscepticism: Party Positions on European Integration in East Central Europe, European Union Politics 3(3): 297-326.
  • Kopecky P. & Biezen I.C van (2001), On the predominance of state money: Reassessing party financing in new democracies of Southern and Eastern Europe, Perspectives on European Politics and Society 2(3): 401-429.
Vakpublicaties
  • Andeweg R.B., Kopecky P. & Louwerse T.P. (2013), De rol van het parlement in benoemingsprocedures. Den Haag: Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken.
  • Kopecky P., Scherlis G. & Spirova M. (2008), Conceptualizing and measuring party patronage. CIDE, Mexico: IPSA committee on concepts & methods.
Populariserend
  • Kopecky P. (25 september 2009), Court stops parties playing with law. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (9 januari 2008), Czech Republic: Government could face fateful 2008. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (1 oktober 2007), Anti-american attitudes. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (30 januari 2007), New coalition government sworn. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (30 januari 2007), Pattern of weak government continues. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (1 november 2006), Senate, local votes boost Topolanek. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (11 september 2006), ODS forms minority government. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (5 juni 2006), Enemies may be forced into alliance. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (15 april 2006), Greens may be new parliament's kingmaker. Oxford Analytica: 2-2.
  • Kopecky P. (12 december 2005), Communist comeback?. Oxford Analytica: 3.
  • Kopecky P. (6 oktober 2005), Coalition survives another crisis. Oxford Analytica: 3.
  • Kopecky P. (18 mei 2005), Troubled Coalition Back in Power. Oxford Analytica: 3.
  • Kopecky P. (22 maart 2005), Coalition looks set to collapse. Oxford Analytica: 2.
  • Kopecky P. (13 januari 2005), Gross should rebuff Skormach challenge. Oxford Analytica: 2.
  • Kopecky P. (10 november 2004), Double ODS victory worrying for CSSD. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (25 augustus 2004), Politically adept PM faces tough task. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (29 juni 2004), Spidla's departure creates uncertainty. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. & Mudde C.E. (8 juni 2004), CEE populists to gain in EP elections. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (3 maart 2004), Spidla faces down CSSD critics again. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (16 oktober 2003), Strengthened government set to last. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (17 juni 2003), Czechs vote 'yes'. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (1 april 2003), Weak Spidla-led government survives. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (3 maart 2003), Klaus election shows CSSD cracks. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. & Mudde C.E. (2003), Uncivil society? Contentious politics in Eastern Europe. London: Routledge.
  • Kopecky P. (17 juli 2002), New Coalition Government Formed. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (18 juni 2002), Social Democrats Win Elections. Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (17 mei 2002), Fortuynovo zemetreseni. Lidove noviny.
  • Kopecky P. (2002), Closer to EU membership: Czech Republic in 2001'. Transitions.
  • Kopecky P. & Mudde C.E. (14 juni 1997), Tschechische "Republikaner": Verbotsforderungen werden lauter. Unerwunschte Parlementarier. Blick nach Rechts: 12-12.
  • Kopecky P. & Mudde C.E. (18 maart 1997), Zakaz by pisilil Sladka a oslabil demokracii. Mlada Fronta Dnes.
Overig
  • Fagan A. & Kopecky P. (2015), Editor East European Politics Redactielid East European Politics .
  • Kopecky P. (2015), Political appointments: Politicians’ motivations. Lecture to the 8th ReSPA Annual Conference, Podgorica, 12-13 November 2015 (Lezing).
  • Kopecky P. (2014), Redactielid East European Politics.
  • Kopecky P. (21 mei 2012), On Patronage and Political Parties in Contemporary Europe (Lezing). Leiden University.
  • Kopecky P., Mair P. & Spirova M. (Red.) (2012), Party Patronage and Party Government in European Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Kopecky P. (2010), Elections cause political earthquake, Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2010), Exploiting the State: Patterns of Party Patronage in the Post-Communist Europe. Edinburgh, UK. [overig]
  • Kopecky P. (2009), Give me 'Trafika': party patronage in the Czech Republic. Leiden. [overig]
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2009), Exploiting the state: party patronage in Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. Brno, Czech Republic. [overig]
  • Spirova M. & Kopecky P. (2008), Party patronage in post-communist countries: Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. Leiden. [overig]
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2008), Party management and state exploitation in post-communist Europe. Sofia, Bulgaria. [overig]
  • Spirova M., Scherlis G. & Kopecky P. (2008), Party patronage in new democracies: A post-communist pattern?. Boston, USA. [overig]
  • Kopecky P. (2008), Does electoral competition constrain rent-seeking within the state? Party patronage in Ghana and South Africa. Boston, USA. [overig]
  • Kopecky P. (2008), Party patronage in new democracies: How much? Where and why?. Lisbon, Portugal. [overig]
  • Kopecky P. (Red.) (2008), Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Political parties and patronage in contemporary democracies. Florence. [overig]
  • Scherlis G., Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2007), Party patronage in new democracies: Preliminary empirical results and analysis. Florence. [overig]
  • Scherlis G., Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2007), Party patronage in new democracies: Institutional location and policy sector relevance. Florence. [overig]
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Czechs disapprove of US foreign policy, Oxford Analytica.
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Party patronage in new democracies: Concepts, measures and the design of empirical inquiry. Chicago. [overig]
  • Kopecky P. (Red.) (2007), Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Kopecky P. & Biezen I.C van (2006), Political party development and party regulation: An overview. Den Haag. [overig]
  • Kopecky P. & Doorenspleet R. (2006), Against all odds: Deviant cases of democratization. Leiden. [overig]
  • Kopecky P. & Mair P. (2006), Political parties and patronage in contemporary democracies: An introduction. Nikosia, Cyprus. [overig]
  • Kopecky P. (Red.) (2006), Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe (special issue of the Journal of communist studies and transition politics). Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Kopecky P. (4 november 2005), Political parties and the State in post-communist Europe: The nature of symbiosis (Lezing). Leiden.
  • Kopecky P. & Biezen I.C van (31 augustus 2005), The state and the parties: Public funding, public regulation and party patronage in contemporary democracies (Lezing). Washington DC, USA.
  • Kopecky P. (2005), Redactielid Politologická revue.
  • Kopecky P. (17 september 2004), The Rise of the Power Monopoly: Political Parties in the Czech Republic (Lezing). University of Helsinki.
  • Kopecky P. (2 april 2004), Public attitudes towards the EU in the Czech and Slovak Republics (Lezing). Indiana University, Bloomington, USA.
  • Kopecky P. (22 maart 2004), Political parties in new democracies (Lezing). SAIIA, Johannesburg.
  • Kopecky P. (2004), Review of: Global Civil Society? [Bespreking van: Keane J. (2003) Global Civil Society?] E-Extreme, Electronic Newsletter of the ECPR-SG on Extremism & Democracy 5.
  • Kopecky P. (2004), Review of: Poles Together? Emergence and Development of Political Parties in Post-communist Poland [Bespreking van: Szczerbiak A. (2004) Poles Together? Emergence and Development of Political Parties in Post-communist Poland] Party Politics 10: 237-239.
  • Kopecky P. (1 juli 2003), Against the walls: NGO's, social movements, and collective protest in the post-communist societies (Lezing). Den Haag.
  • Kopecky P. (25 juni 2003), Civil society in the post-communist Central Europe (Lezing). Utrecht.
  • Kopecky P. (2003), Review of Civil Society, Constitution and Legitimacy [Bespreking van: Arato A. (2000) Civil society, constitution and legitimacy] Political Science Review.
  • Kopecky P. (2003), Review of Cabinets in Eastern Europe [Bespreking van: Blondel J., Muller-Rommel F. (2001) Cabinets in Eastern Europe] Slavic Review 62: 144-145.
  • Kopecky P. (6 december 2002), An awkward newcomer: EU enlargement and euroscepticism in the Czech Republic (Lezing). London, UK.
  • Kopecky P. (5 november 2002), Civil society and democratization: Evidence from Eastern Europe (Lezing). Den Haag.
  • Kopecky P. & Cranenburgh O.B.R.C van (30 oktober 2002), Political institutions in new democracies: (Not so) hidden majoritarianism in New South Africa (Lezing). Rotterdam.
  • Kopecky P. & Mair P. (6 mei 2002), Political parties and government (Lezing). Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
  • Kopecky P. (2002), Bookreview of Civil Society, Democracy, and Civic Renewal [Bespreking van: Fullinwider R.K. (2002) Civil Society, Democracy, and Civic Renewal] Newsletter of the ECPR Group on Extremism and Democracy 3.

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