European Journal of Political Research Political Data Yearbook
© European Consortium for Political Research
Edited By: Kevin Deegan-Krause, Rainbow Murray, Liam Weeks and Andreas Bågenholm
Online ISSN: 2047-8852
Associated Title(s): European Journal of Political Research
See below for links to all the published commentaries on Belgium along with more information on the author(s).
Serge Deruette holds a PhD in Political Science from the ULB. (Université Libre de Bruxelles). He teaches at various institutions across Belgium’s French-speaking community, namely UMONS (Université de Mons), UCL-Mons (Université Catholique de Louvain-Mons) and HEFF (Haute Ecole Francisco Ferrer, Brussels). He currently teaches on the following modules: Political Philosophy, History of Political Thought, Political Doctrines, Political Parties, Political science, Political Sociology, Methodology of Political Science and Historical Criticism. His research focuses on political and philosophical ideas, mainly the ideas of Jean Meslier, on the political and social history of Belgium and on its current social and political events.
Lieven De Winter is senior professor at the Université Catholique de Louvain. He obtained his PhD "The Belgian Legislator" for the European University Institute. His research interests include (the comparative analysis of) coalition formation, party and cabinet government, parliament, political parties and elites, territorial identities and community conflicts, and electoral behaviour at the regional, national and European elections.
Patrick Dumont is a researcher at the European Governance Programme of the Université du Luxembourg. He studied political science at the Université catholique de Louvain and Université de Genève. He is co-founder of the Selection and Deselection of Political Elites international network and book series co-editor of Routledge Research on Social and Political Elites. He is also member of the editorial board of the Revue Internationale de Politique Comparée. His latest publications include Puzzles of Government Formation: Coalition Theory and Deviant Cases (at Routledge) and Who gets what in coalition governments? Predictors of portfolio allocation in parliamentary democracies (in EJPR).
Benoit Rihoux is professor of political science at the Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium). His research interests include green parties, party organizations, new social movements, political change, policy processes, comparative methods and QCA (Qualitative Comparative Analysis). He has published "Greens in Transition. The End of Grass-Roots Democracy?" (Ashgate, ed., with E. Gene Frankland and Paul Lucardie, 2008) and "Configurational Comparative Methods : Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) and Related Techniques" (Sage, ed., with Charles Ragin, 2009).
2013 Political Data Yearbook (2012 data)