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Environmental protection in authoritarian regimes: Investigating the role of pluralism.


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Title: Environmental protection in authoritarian regimes: Investigating the role of pluralism.
Authors: Carlitz, Ruth
Povitkina, Marina
Issue Date: Jun-2020
Publication type: article, other scientific
Organization: The QoG institute
Series/Report no.: Working Papers
2020:4
Abstract: When and how do authoritarian states secure environmental protection? Answering thisquestion is critical given that over half of the world’s population currently live in suchregimes. Furthermore, the majority of non-democracies are concentrated in the GlobalSouth, which is also home to some of world’s greatest environmental challenges. Muchof what we know is informed by the case of China and understands environmental pro-tection as a strategy for constructing an... more
ISSN: 1653-8919
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/64676
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