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date: 24 June 2019

(p. xv) List of Tables

(p. xv) List of Tables

  1. I.1 Governments in Sweden, 1945–2014 4

  2. 5.1 The redistributive effect of the universal welfare state 79

  3. 10.1 Swedish court systems (number of specific courts within parentheses) 136

  4. 12.1 The five-party model in Sweden: Average percentage vote by decade and party type 155

  5. 12.2 The Social Democrats’ strength in the two parliamentary chambers 157

  6. 12.3 Pre-electoral alliances in the Swedish election campaign in 2010, including party type 161

  7. 12.4 Mean aggregate electoral volatility in seven West European countries 162

  8. 13.1 Centralization of powers within the parties (totally agree + agree) 180

  9. 13.2 Changes in citizens’ view of parties 181

  10. 14.1 Proportion of MPs who view it as very important to champion various interests 195

  11. 14.2 Policy priorities: Top ten issues among women and men in the Riksdag 199

  12. 15.1 Heads of government in twelve western European countries 207

  13. 15.2 Swedish Cabinets, 1945–2013 210

  14. 15.3 Support party arrangements for Swedish minority Cabinets, 1970–2013 214

  15. 15.4 Distribution of portfolios in Swedish coalition governments 217

  16. 19.1 Effects of the positioning along nine issue dimensions on the probability of shifting from red–green parties in 2006 to Alliance parties in 2010, and shifting from non-Sweden Democratic Party in 2006 to Sweden Democratic Party in 2010 (logistic effects) 269

  17. 20.1 Professionalization of political campaigning in the 2010 election 285

  18. 20.2 The parties’ wins and losses during the election campaigns, 2002–10 (percent) 287

  19. 22.1 Distribution of public employees on different government levels, 1979 and 2009 (percent) 307

  20. 34.1 Provisions of ODA as a percentage of GNI, 2011 471

  21. 34.2 Total public social expenditure as a percentage of GNI, 2005 and 2011 472

  22. (p. xvi) 34.3 Swedish provisions of ODA, country by country 473

  23. 45.1 Union density and employer density in Sweden, 1970–2010 618

  24. 45.2 Collective agreements in the Swedish wage-bargaining system in the 1950s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2000–10—a simplified overview 621