This work presents eight studies of different but interrelated aspects of parliamentary government in post-war Norway. Split into three sections, it focuses on the formation of government, organization of parliament and the changing relations between parliament, executives, and organized interests.
'The strength of the book lies in ...the question of 'committe change' in the Storting. The authorbrings out well the way the 1992 reform was designed to decouple the committees from government ministries and reduce the control of committees by organised interests.' - David Arter in Representation