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Governing the Grey Zone: Why Hybrid Regimes in Europe’s Eastern Neighborhood Pursue Partial Governance Reforms


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Title: Governing the Grey Zone: Why Hybrid Regimes in Europe’s Eastern Neighborhood Pursue Partial Governance Reforms
Authors: Bolkvadze, Ketevan
E-mail: ketevan.bolkvadze@gu.se
kety.b.bolkvadze@gmail.com
Issue Date: 4-Dec-2017
University: University of Gothenburg. Faculty of Social Sciences
Göteborgs universitet. Samhällsvetenskapliga fakulteten
Institution: Department of Political Science ; Statsvetenskapliga institutionen
Parts of work: Bolkvadze, K. (2016) Cherry Picking EU Conditionality: Selective Compliance in Georgia’s Hybrid Regime, Europe-Asia Studies, 68:3, 409-440.
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Bolkvadze, K. (2017) Hitting the Saturation Point: Unpacking the Politics of Bureaucratic Reforms in Hybrid Regimes, Democratization, 24:4, 751-769.
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Bolkvadze, K. (2017) To Reform, or to Resist? Political Fragmentation and Judicial Corruption in Hybrid Regimes. Unpublished manuscript.
Date of Defence: 2018-01-26
Disputation: Fredagen den 26 januari 2018, kl. 13.15 i Torgny Segerstedtssalen, Universitetets huvudbyggnad, Vasaparken 1, Göteborg.
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Publication type: Doctoral thesis
Series/Report no.: Göteborg Studies in Politics
153
Keywords: hybrid regimes
EU conditionality
external reform promotion
bureaucracy
judiciary
corruption
Abstract: Every year the European Union, as well as numerous other international organizations, states, and transnational networks wield ample resources to promote democratic governance in the developing countries. However, the impact of these reform promotion efforts varies widely. Many scholars have blamed structural conditions, or the inadequate rewards offered by the donors, as the reasons behind the partial impact of external actors. However, such approach portrays recipient governments as passi... more
ISBN: 978-91-984402-3-2 (PDF)
978-91-984402-2-5 (PRINT)
ISSN: 0346-5942
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/54561
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