Articles by Nick Lin

March 16, 2022

How opposition parties can challenge government dominance in parliamentary democracies

Nick Lin
Thomas König, Nick Lin, and Thiago N. Silva argue that opposition can challenge government agenda dominance in parliaments through the control of committee chairs. This also impacts how coalition partners manage governance.
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Nick Lin
Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Nick’s research interests encompass several themes of comparative politics, including political institutions, legislative behaviour, party competition, electoral behaviour, and coalition politics.

His work addresses relevant questions such as how, and to what extent, political institutions and electoral contexts motivate political elites to act strategically, and how voters perceive and respond to what politicians say and do.

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