National study on internal-party democracy in Bosnia and Herzegovina forms a part of larger three-year scientific project titled „Balkan Comparative Electoral Study: Impact of Personal Vote on Internal Party Democracy, implemented within the “Regional Research Promotion Program“ (RRPP), and conducted by the University of Fribourg, Switzerland with financial support of the Swiss Agency for Development and Coordination (SDC). Centre for Monitoring and Research (CeMI) from Podgorica (Montenegro) is the project leader of a four-country study of the Western Balkans, whereas project partners are the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade, a non-governmental think-tank organization KIPRED from Pristina, Kosovo, and a team of researchers from the Faculty of Political Science, University of Sarajevo: Mr. Suad Arnautović, Ms. Nermina Mujagić, Mr. Damir Kapidžić, Mr. Amer Osmić and Ms. Elma Huruz. The whole project is supervised by an international team of experts in the field of electoral systems from the University of Lausanne and the Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences (FORS). A mentoring team is comprised of Georg Lutz, Brian Kleiner, Nicolas Pekari, Josep Colomer, Åsa von Schoultz and Ioannis Andreadis.
Political Pluralism and Internal Party Democracy - National Study for Bosnia and Herzegovina
06. Jan. 2017. in publications