Network Patterns of Legislative Collaboration in Twenty Parliaments

Abstract : In recent years, the ties that Members of Parliament (MPs) create by cosponsoring legislation together have attracted interest from scholars adopting a network approach to lawmaking. is brief note expands the empirical base of these studies by introducing a dataset of 150 bill cosponsorship networks that cover 27 parliamentary chambers from 19 European countries, plus Israel. The data show the extent of partisanship expressed by MPs through their propensity to cosponsor bills within and across party lines, in several different parliamentary systems.
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François Briatte. Network Patterns of Legislative Collaboration in Twenty Parliaments. Network Science, Cambridge Journals, 2016, 4 (2), pp.266-271. ⟨10.1017/nws.2015.31⟩. ⟨halshs-01363580⟩

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