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Petr Kopecky

Professor of Comparative Studies Political Parties and Party Systems

Name
Prof.dr. P. Kopecky
Telephone
+31 71 527 3602
E-mail
kopecky@fsw.leidenuniv.nl

Short CV

Petr Kopecký is Professor of Political Science and co-editor of the journal 'East European Politics'. He studied Economics at the University of Economics in Prague and Political Science at the University of Manchester. He received his PhD from Leiden University. He was lecturer and senior lecturer at the University of Sheffield, and Visiting Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence, the South African Institute of International Affairs in Johannesburg, and the Ghana Centre for Democratic Development in Accra.

Research

His main research interest are political parties and party systems in contemporary democracies. His current research focuses on the relationship between political patronage and the processes of party building and party organizational transformation, and on the politicization of recruitment of appointed elites. His other research interests include comparative (East) European politics, democratisation, comparative political institutions, legislative behavior, civil society.

PhD supervision

Petr Kopecký is available to supervise PhD students and invites PhD research proposals in the areas of:

  • political parties
  • patronage, clientelism and corruption
  • comparative East European politics

See for more information on PhD positions:

Institute of Political Science: PhD

Professor of Comparative Studies Political Parties and Party Systems

  • Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
  • Instituut Politieke Wetenschap

Work address

Wijnhaven
Turfmarkt 99
2511 DP The Hague
Room number 6.25

Contact

  • Kopecky P., Spirova M. & Meyer Sahling J-H. (2022), (Extreme) political polarization and party patronage, Irish Political Studies 37(2): 218-243. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Cirhan T. & Kopecky P. (2020), From Ideology to Interest-Driven Politics: Václav Klaus, Andrej Babiš and Two Eras of Party Leadership in the Czech Republic. In: Gherghina S. (Ed.), Party Leaders in Eastern Europe. Personality, Behavior and Consequences: Palgrave. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2019), Semi-Structured Expert Interviews in Cross-National Research: Studying Party Patronage in Contemporary Democracies (Case) (SAGE Research Methods Cases in Political Science and International Relations). [other]. Overig
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2019), Clients, Patrons, and Members: Ethnic Parties and Patronage in Bulgaria and Romania. In: Ruth-Lovell S. & Spirova M. (Eds.), Clientelism and Representation in Comparative Perspective. London: ECPR Press. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2019), Patrons or Champions? The Organizational Strategies of Ethnic Parties. In: Ruth-Lowell S.P. & Spirova M. (Eds.), Clientelism and Democratic Representation in Comparative Perspective: Rowman and Littlefield International. Boekdeel
  • Gherghina S., Close C. & Kopecky P. (2019), The dynamics and dimensions of intra-party conflict: Introduction to the special issue, Party Politics 25(5): 649-651. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. & Fagan A. (Eds.) (2017), The Routledge Handbook of East European Politics: Routledge. Boekredactie
  • Kopecky P. & Cirhan T. (2017), Career backgrounds, professional network and party cohesion The Success of ANO in the Czech Republic, Czech Journal of Political Science 24(2): 116-136. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (Ed.) (2017), Chief editor of East European Politics. Boekredactie
  • Kopecky P. & Fagan A. (2017), Introduction. In: Kopecky P. & Fagan A. (Eds.), Handbook of East European Politics: Routledge. 1-6. Boekdeel
  • Van Biezen I. & Kopecky P. (2017), The Paradox of Party Funding: The Limited Impact of State Subsidies on Party Membership. In: Scarrow S.E., Webb P.D. & Poguntke T. (Eds.), Organizing Political Parties: Participation, Representation and Power. Oxford: OUP. 84-105. Boekdeel
  • Cirhan T. & Kopecky P. (2017), Career Backgrounds, Professional Network and Party Cohesion: The Success of ANO in the Czech Republic, Politologicky Casopis 24(2): 116-136. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Poguntke T., Scarrow S., Webb P., Allern E.H., Aylott N., Van Biezen I., Calossi E., Costa Lobo M., Cross W.P., Deschouwer K., Enyedi Z., Fabre E., Farrell D.M., Gauja A., Pizzimenti E., Kopecky P., Koole R., Kosiara-Pedersen K., Müller W.C., Rahat G., Szczerbiak A., Van Haute E. & Verge T. (2016), Party rules, party resources and the politics of parliamentary democracies: How parties organize in the 21st century, Party Politics 22(6): 661-678. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Gherghina S. & Kopecky P. (Eds.) (2016), Politicization of Administrative Elites in Western Europe. Acta Politica. Boekredactie
  • Kopecky P., Meyer-Sahling J.H., Panizza F., Scherlis G., Schuster C. & Spirova M.S. (2016), Party patronage in contemporary democracies. Results from an expert survey in 22 countries from five regions, European Journal of Political Research 55(2): 416–431. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Ghergina S. & Kopecky P. (2016), Politicization of administrative elites in Western Europe: An introduction, Acta Politica 51(4): 407-412. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (Ed.) (2016), Chief Editor East European Politics. East European Politics. Boekredactie
  • Cirhan T. & Kopecky P. (2016), Career backgrounds, professional network and party cohesion. The Success of ANO in the Czech Republic. ECPR General Conference, Prague. ECPR General conference 7 September 2016 - 10 September 2016. 'Refereed' congrespublicatie
  • Fagan A. & Kopecky P. (Eds.) (2015), Editor East European Politics. East European Politics. Boekredactie
  • 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. ECPR General Conference 26 August 2015 - 29 August 2015. Montreal. 'Refereed' congrespublicatie
  • 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. Council for European Studies 8 July 2015 - 10 July 2015. Paris. 'Refereed' congrespublicatie
  • 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. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • 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. ECPR Joint Session of Workshops. Salamanca. 'Refereed' congrespublicatie
  • Kopecky P. (Ed.) (2014), . East European Politics. Boekredactie
  • Spirova M.S. & Kopecky P. (2013), Patrons or champions? The organizational strategies of ethnic parties. Council for European Studies Annual Conference, Amsterdam. Council for European Studies Annual Conference 25 June 2013 - 28 June 2013. 'Refereed' congrespublicatie
  • Andeweg R.B., Kopecky P. & Louwerse T.P. (2013), De rol van het parlement in benoemingsprocedures. Den Haag: Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken. Rapport
  • Kopecky P. (2012), Give me 'Trafika': Party Patronage in the Czech Republic. In: Kopecky P., Mair P. & Spirova M. (Eds.), Party Patronage and Party Government in European Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 74-91. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. & Mair P. (2012), Conclusion: Party Patronage in Contemporary Europe. In: Kopecky P., Mair P. & Spirova M. (Eds.), Party Patronage and Party Government in European Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 357-374. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. & Mair P. (2012), Party Patronage as an Organizational Resource. In: Kopecky P., Mair P. & Spirova M. (Eds.), Party Patronage and Party Government in European Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 3-16. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2012), Measuring party patronage through structured expert interviews. In: Kopecky P., Mair P. & Spirova M. (Eds.), Party Patronage and PartyGovernment in European Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 17-30. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P., Mair P. & Spirova M. (Eds.) (2012), Party Patronage and Party Government in European Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Boekredactie
  • Kopecky P. (2011), Political competition and party patronage: Public appointments in Ghana and South Africa, Political Studies 59(3): 713-732. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2011), Party management and state colonization in post-communist Europe: the European dimension. In: Lewis Paul G. & Markowski Radek (Eds.), Europeanising party politics? Comparative perspectives on Central and Eastern Europe. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 25-43. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (2011), Clientelism. In: BadieBertrand, Berg-Schlosser Dirk & Morlino Leonardo (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Political Science. London: Sage. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2011), 'Jobs for the Boys’? Patterns of Party Patronage in Post-Communist Europe, West European Politics 34(3): 897-921. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (2010), Elections cause political earthquake, Oxford Analytica : . 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2010), Exploiting the State: Patterns of Party Patronage in the Post-Communist Europe. [other]. Overig
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2009), Exploiting the state: party patronage in Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. [other]. Overig
  • Kopecky P. (25 September 2009), Court stops parties playing with law. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (2009), Give me 'Trafika': party patronage in the Czech Republic. [other]. Overig
  • Spirova M. & Kopecky P. (2008), Party patronage in post-communist countries: Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. [other]. Overig
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2008), Party management and state exploitation in post-communist Europe. [other]. Overig
  • Kopecky P. (Ed.) (2008), Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe. Abingdon: Routledge. Boekredactie
  • Spirova M., Scherlis G. & Kopecky P. (2008), Party patronage in new democracies: A post-communist pattern?. [other]. Overig
  • Kopecky P. (2008), Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe: The nature of symbiosis. In: Kopecky P. (Ed.), Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe. Abingdon: Routledge. 1-22. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (2008), Does electoral competition constrain rent-seeking within the state? Party patronage in Ghana and South Africa. [other]. Overig
  • Kopecky P. & Doorenspleet R. (2008), Against all odds: Deviant cases of democratization, Democratization 15(4): 697-713. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (2008), Party patronage in new democracies: How much? Where and why?. [other]. Overig
  • Kopecky P. & Scherlis G. (2008), Party patronage in contemporary Europe, European Review 16(3): 355-371. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P., Doorenspleet R. & Mudde C.E. (2008), Deviant democracies: Democratization against the odds (special issue of democratization). London: Taylor & Francis. Boek
  • Kopecky P., Scherlis G. & Spirova M. (2008), Conceptualizing and measuring party patronage. CIDE, Mexico: IPSA committee on concepts & methods. Rapport
  • Kopecky P. (9 January 2008), Czech Republic: Government could face fateful 2008. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2008), Power of the powerless: Parliamentary opposition in Eastern Europe, Journal of Legislative Studies 14(1/2): 133-159. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (Ed.) (2007), Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe. Abingdon: Routledge. Boekredactie
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Spoils to the winners: Political parties and the state in contemporary Africa. In: Sidiropoulos E. (Ed.), SA Yearbook of International Affairs 2006-07. Pietermaritzburg: Intrepid Printers and South African Institute of International Affairs. 285-293. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Building party government: Political parties in the Czech and Slovak Republics. In: Webb P. & White S. (Eds.), Party Politics in New Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 119-146. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (1 October 2007), Anti-american attitudes. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (30 January 2007), New coalition government sworn. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Structures of representation. In: White S., Batt J. & Lewis P.G. (Eds.), Developments in Central and East European Politics. Basingstoke: Palgrave. 145-160. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Party patronage in new democracies: Concepts, measures and the design of empirical inquiry. [other]. Overig
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Czechs disapprove of US foreign policy, Oxford Analytica : . 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Scherlis G., Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2007), Party patronage in new democracies: Institutional location and policy sector relevance. [other]. Overig
  • Scherlis G., Kopecky P. & Spirova M. (2007), Party patronage in new democracies: Preliminary empirical results and analysis. [other]. Overig
  • Kopecky P. (30 January 2007), Pattern of weak government continues. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (2007), The State and the Parties: Public Funding, Public Regulation and Rent-seeking in Contemporary Democracies, Party Politics 13(2): 235-254. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe: The nature of symbiosis. In: Kopecky P. (Ed.), Political Parties and the State in Post-Communist Europe. Abingdon: Routledge. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Civil or uncivil? Civil society’s role in promoting values, norms and rights. In: Kopecky P. & Mudde C. (Eds.), CIVICUS Global Survey of the State of Civil Society, Volume 2: Comparative Perspectives. Bloomfield: Kumarian Press. 301-317. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (2007), Political parties and patronage in contemporary democracies. [other]. Overig
  • Kopecky P. & Mair P. (2006), Political parties and patronage in contemporary democracies: An introduction. [other]. Overig
  • Kopecky P. (15 April 2006), Greens may be new parliament's kingmaker. Oxford Analytica: 2-2. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (11 September 2006), ODS forms minority government. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (1 November 2006), Senate, local votes boost Topolanek. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (5 June 2006), Enemies may be forced into alliance. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. & Van Biezen I.C. (2006), Political party development and party regulation: An overview. [other]. Overig
  • 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. (Eds.), Public opinion, party competition and the European Union in post-communist Europe. Houndmills: Palgrave. 105-120. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. & Doorenspleet R. (2006), Against all odds: Deviant cases of democratization. [other]. Overig
  • Kopecky P. (2006), The rise of the power monopoly: Political parties in the Czech republic. In: Jungerstam-Mulders S. (Ed.), Post-communist EU member states. Parties and party systems. Aldershot: Ashgate. 125-146. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (Ed.) (2006), Political parties and the state in post-communist Europe (special issue of the Journal of communist studies and transition politics). Abingdon: Routledge. Boekredactie
  • Kopecky P. (2006), Power to the executive! The changing executive-legislative relations in Eastern Europe. In: Baldwin N.D.J. (Ed.), Executive leadership and legislative assemblies. Abingdon: Routledge. 142-153. Boekdeel
  • 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. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • 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. (Eds.), Public opinion, party competition and the European Union in post-communist Europe. New York, USA: Palgrave. 105-120. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (Ed.) (2005), . Politologická revue. Boekredactie
  • Kopecky P. & Mudde C.E. (2005), Euroscepsis: een conceptualisatie. In: Vollaard J.P. & Boer B. (Eds.), Euroscepsis in Nederland. Utrecht: Lemma. 15-22. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (2005), Parliaments in Central and Eastern Europe: Changing legislative institutions, Sociologický časopis / Czech Sociological Review 3(41): 361-373. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (13 January 2005), Gross should rebuff Skormach challenge. Oxford Analytica: 2. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (22 March 2005), Coalition looks set to collapse. Oxford Analytica: 2. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (12 December 2005), Communist comeback?. Oxford Analytica: 3. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (18 May 2005), Troubled Coalition Back in Power. Oxford Analytica: 3. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (6 October 2005), Coalition survives another crisis. Oxford Analytica: 3. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (2004), An Akward Newcomer? EU Enlargement and Euroscepticism in the Czech Republic, European Studies 20: 225-245. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. & Mudde C.E. (8 June 2004), CEE populists to gain in EP elections. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (29 June 2004), Spidla's departure creates uncertainty. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (25 August 2004), Politically adept PM faces tough task. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (3 March 2004), Spidla faces down CSSD critics again. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (2004) Review of: Poles Together? Emergence and Development of Political Parties in Post-communist Poland. Review of: Szczerbiak A. (2004), Poles Together? Emergence and Development of Political Parties in Post-communist Poland no. 2. Budapest: Central European University Press. Party Politics 10: 237-239. Boekbespreking
  • Kopecky P. (2004), Czech Republic: Entrenching proportional representation. In: Colomer J.M. (Ed.), Handbook of Electoral System Choice. Basingstoke: Palgrave. 347-358. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (10 November 2004), Double ODS victory worrying for CSSD. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (2004), Power to the Executive! The changing executive - Legislative Relations in Eastern Europe, Journal of Legislative Studies 10(2&3): 142-153. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Van Cranenburgh O.B.R.C. & Kopecky P. (2004), Political Institutions in new Democracies: (Not so) Hidden Majoritarianism in Post-apartheid South Africa, Acta Politica 39(3): 279-296. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (2004) Review of: Global Civil Society?. Review of: Keane J. (2003), Global Civil Society? no. 4. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. E-Extreme, Electronic Newsletter of the ECPR-SG on Extremism & Democracy 5. Boekbespreking
  • Kopecky P. & Mudde C.E. (2003), Uncivil society? Contentious politics in Eastern Europe. London: Routledge. Boek
  • Kopecky P. (1 April 2003), Weak Spidla-led government survives. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (17 June 2003), Czechs vote 'yes'. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (2003) Review of Civil Society, Constitution and Legitimacy. Review of: Arato A. (2000), Civil society, constitution and legitimacy. Lanham MD: Rowman and Littlefield. Political Studies Review . Boekbespreking
  • Kopecky P. & Van Biezen I.C. (2003), On the predominance of state money: Reassessing party financing in new democracies of Southern and Eastern Europe. In: Lewis P.G. & Webb P. (Eds.), Pan-European Perspectives on Party Politics. Leiden: Brill. 97-125. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. & Mudde C.E. (2003), Rethinking civil society, Democratization 10(3): 1-14. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (16 October 2003), Strengthened government set to last. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (2003) Review of Cabinets in Eastern Europe. Review of: Blondel J. & Muller-Rommel F. (2001), Cabinets in Eastern Europe no. 1. New York: Palgrave. Slavic Review 62: 144-145. Boekbespreking
  • Kopecky P. (2003), Structures of representation: New parliaments of Central and Eastern Europe. In: White S., Batt J. & Lewis P.G. (Eds.), Developments in Central and East European Politics. Basingstoke: Palgrave. 133-152. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. & Ucen P. (2003), Return to Europe? Patterns of euroscepticism among the Czech and Slovak political parties. In: Rupnik J. & Zielonka J. (Eds.), The Road to the European Union - Volume I The Czech and Slovak Republics. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 164-179. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (2003), Civil society, uncivil society, and contentious politics in post-communist Europe. In: Kopecky P. & Mudde C.E. (Eds.), Uncivil Society? Contentious Politics in Eastern Europe. London: Routledge. 1-18. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (3 March 2003), Klaus election shows CSSD cracks. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. & Mair P. (2003), Political parties and government. In: Salih M. (Ed.), African Political Parties: Evolution, Institutionalisation and Governance. London: Pluto Press. 275-292. Boekdeel
  • Kopecky P. (2002) Bookreview of Civil Society, Democracy, and Civic Renewal. Review of: Fullinwider R.K. (2002), Civil Society, Democracy, and Civic Renewal no. 1. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing. Newsletter of the ECPR Group on Extremism and Democracy 3. Boekbespreking
  • Kopecky P. (17 July 2002), New Coalition Government Formed. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (2002), Closer to EU membership: Czech Republic in 2001'. Transitions. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • 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. 'Refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (17 May 2002), Fortuynovo zemetreseni. Lidove noviny. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. (18 June 2002), Social Democrats Win Elections. Oxford Analytica. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. & Van Biezen I.C. (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. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. & Mudde C.E. (14 June 1997), Tschechische "Republikaner": Verbotsforderungen werden lauter. Unerwunschte Parlementarier. Blick nach Rechts: 12-12. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift
  • Kopecky P. & Mudde C.E. (18 March 1997), Zakaz by pisilil Sladka a oslabil demokracii. Mlada Fronta Dnes. 'Non-refereed' artikel in tijdschrift

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