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Eroding Regimes: What, Where, and When?


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Title: Eroding Regimes: What, Where, and When?
Authors: Coppedge, Michael
Issue Date: 2017
Organization: V-Dem Institute
Series/Report no.: Working Papers
2017:57
Abstract: The political world lately seems to be filled with unexpected erosions of democracy. What is the most useful way to describe these phenomena? Do they all belong to a common syndrome? Certainly there are different degrees of erosion, but are there also different types? How common are such erosions in the world today? Is this a new phenomenon, or are there close parallels with events in the past? If we detect early warning signs of erosion, how concerned should we be that it will continue and culm... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/54297
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