Referendums and Democratic Government is the most systematic
analysis of the referendum so far. The referendum phenomenon is
approached from different perspectives: social choice theory,
theories of democracy, a comparative study on 22 democracies, and
in-depth case studies of Sweden, Denmark and Switzerland. The
referendum is not a unitary phenomenon but it serves various
functions and different normative goals in the political systems
studied. This variation may largely be explained by the differences
in the initiating and agenda-setting procedures.
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