Party animals, career changers and other pathways into parliament

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Ohmura, Tamaki
Bailer, Stefanie
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West European Politics. 2018, 41(1), pp. 169-195. ISSN 0140-2382. eISSN 1743-9655. Available under: doi: 10.1080/01402382.2017.1323485
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Research on parliamentary careers has paid little attention to variations in pre-parliamentary career patterns and their value in explaining legislators’ parliamentary success. Using sequence and cluster analysis, this article identifies typical career tracks taken by Party Animals, Local Heroes, Late Bloomers, Land Legislators, High-Flyers and Career Changers based on a comprehensive dataset of German parliamentarians’ biographies (1998–2014). The analysis confirms the role of the party as the primary career facilitator before and within parliament. Nonetheless both Career Changers and High-Flyers climb the greasy pole all the way to the national parliament without much service to the party. The former type, however, suffers from a lack of networks and experience, which is reflected in the limited career success within parliament. This article demonstrates that the use of sequence analysis on career paths offers a promising approach in distinguishing and explaining the opportunities, choices and obstacles MPs face in parliament.

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Career, sequence analysis, legislative studies, career capital
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ISO 690OHMURA, Tamaki, Stefanie BAILER, Peter MEISSNER, Peter SELB, 2018. Party animals, career changers and other pathways into parliament. In: West European Politics. 2018, 41(1), pp. 169-195. ISSN 0140-2382. eISSN 1743-9655. Available under: doi: 10.1080/01402382.2017.1323485
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  title={Party animals, career changers and other pathways into parliament},
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  volume={41},
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  pages={169--195},
  author={Ohmura, Tamaki and Bailer, Stefanie and Meißner, Peter and Selb, Peter}
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