2 edition of Dynamics of democratic regimes found in the catalog.
Dynamics of democratic regimes
by Centre for the Study of Public Policy, University of Strathclyde in Glasgow
Written in English
|Series||Studies in public policy -- no.220|
|Contributions||University of Strathclyde. Centre for the Study of Public Policy.|
Get this from a library! The breakdown of democratic regimes, Chile. [Arturo Valenzuela; American Council of Learned Societies.] -- Annotation The fate of democratic governments throughout the world is a topic of growing concern. The crises of modern history, from the Machtergreifung by Hitler through the downfall of democracies. which regime it had and what conditions it had encountered during the preceding year. This is what I mean by “regime dynamics”: the process by which the two regimes emerge and die. Since we are dealing with only two types of regimes - democracies and dictatorships - .
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Secondly, the regimes within which claims are made, refuted and negotiated are granted the considerable weight of both scholars’ attention. Regime types, dealt with in Part Two of the book, ‘Regimes, Repertoires and Opportunities’, use the axes of capacity and democracy to categorise regime types. Capacity refers to the government’s. Policy performance, economic transformation and regime change: p. Economic policy consequences for regime consolidation: p. New democracies and dual transformation: p. Creating democratic traditions: top-down/bottom-up dynamics on the road to consolidation: p. Democratization and society: p.
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Get this from a library. Dynamics of democratic regimes in Europe. [Richard Rose; University of Strathclyde. Centre for the Study of Public Policy.]. The Breakdown of Democratic Regimes: Latin America. Paperback – October 1, Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.3/5(2). Today, electoral authoritarianism represents the most common form of political regime in the developing world and the one we know least about.
nations, these original, thought-provoking books propose a significant new comparative framework for understanding the dynamics of political change and /5(41). In a systematic review of the political experiences of Latin American and European democratic nations, these original, thought-provoking books propose a significant new comparative framework for understanding the dynamics of political change and the conditions necessary for democratic stability.
Hybrid regimes are found in most developing countries, especially since the end of the Cold War. They are called hybrid because they combine democratic traits (e.g., frequent and direct elections) with autocratic ones (e.g., political repression).
Unlike a military revolution that sustains its authority by brute force, democratic regimes are committed to the rule of law and are inclined to address the evils of the previous regime.
of non-democratic rulers, students of contempo rary non-democratic regimes should focus more attention on how elections interact with a further extra-elector al dimension: the degree of rule, or. Since their classic volume The Breakdown of Democratic Regimes was published inJuan J.
Linz and Alfred Stepan have increasingly focused on the questions of how, in the modern world, nondemocratic regimes can be eroded and democratic regimes crafted. Dynamics of Disintegration: Diaspora, Between States is the first book that assesses systematically the broad implications of interim governments in the establishment of democratic regimes and on the existence of states.
Based on historical and contemporary democratisation experiences, the book presents four ideal types of interim. Hence, “democratic regimes” is shorthand for “regimes that score above a certain threshold on degree of democracy.” We denote regime changes toward more democratic forms as “liberalizing,” and toward less democratic as “deliberalizing.”.
The author assesses the main theories developed to account for and explain why and how authoritarian regimes give way to democratic ones. The book takes issue with the predominantly élite-centred focus of much of the literature, and illustrates how an understanding of democratization can be gained only if the role of civil society is taken into account.
In a systematic review of the political experiences of Latin American and European democratic nations, these original, thought-provoking books propose a significant new comparative framework for understanding the dynamics of political change and the conditions necessary for democratic stability/5(2).
I limit my discussion to studies of the origins of democratic and authoritarian national regimes. Recommend this book Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Provides general insights into the dynamics of competitive authoritarianism Traces the roots of current semi-democratic regimes to the period of Yugoslav disintegration and wars in the s Combines disciplinary rigor with in-depth knowledge of the politics and societies in focus This book explores.
This volume inquires into the working mechanisms, the inner logic, and the durability of authoritarian rule in Arab countries. Written by leading American, European, and Arab experts, the collected essays explore the ongoing political dynamics of the region and show how Arab regimes retain power despite ongoing transformations on regional, national, and international levels and in societal, political, and.
a democratic political system, while the typical revolt establishes an autocracy. We proceed by outlining the intuition for our main ndings in greater detail. Regime dynamics Because of asymmetric information, the likelihood of transitions crucially hinges on how vulnerable the regime.
The distinction between the ideal of Western Liberal democracy and real democracies is essential for all those who desire to understand what is going on in the world of democratic regimes.
In fact, there is no crisis of the ideal. Indeed, the ideal continues to be the goal of all those who, no matter in which part of the world, want to obtain and maintain civil and political rights and to. democratic regimes for citizen control over policy makers at the polls.
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