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Deterring Dictatorship: Explaining Democratic Resilience since 1900


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Title: Deterring Dictatorship: Explaining Democratic Resilience since 1900
Authors: Boese, Vanessa A.
Edgell, Amanda B.
Hellmeier, Sebastian
Maerz, Seraphine F.
Lindberg, Staffan I.
Issue Date: May-2020
Publisher: V-Dem Institute
Organization: V-Dem Institute
Series/Report no.: Working Papers
2020:101
Abstract: Democracy is under threat globally from democratically elected leaders engaging in erosion of media freedom, civil society, and the rule of law. What distinguishes democracies that prevail against the forces of autocratization? This article breaks new ground by conceptualizing democratic resilience as a two-stage process, whereby democracies first exhibit resilience by avoiding autocratization altogether and second, by avoiding democratic breakdown given that autocratization has occurred. To mod... more
Related work: https://www.v-dem.net/media/filer_public/7d/8a/7d8acbb5-806a-4ba9-b68c-238bcc352eb9/wp_101_final.pdf
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/64508
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