EJPR

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EJPREuropean Journal of Political Research
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However, the combined concentration of political scandals with low levels of trust in parliament and in parties per se does not offer a plausible explanation for the timing of new parties entering parliament in 1992, 1996, 2000, 2008 and 2011 (see entries on Slovenia in the EJPR Political Data Yearbook).
It is common in collected volumes that the individual contributions are uneven in import and divergent in approach; with EJPR workshop collections, these properties are especially likely because there is typically no organizing criterion beyond the topic itself.