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Democracy, Quality of Government, and Public Goods Provision: The Case of Water Management
A large strand of research has argued that democracy with its broad representation and electoral accountability is beneficial for the provision of public goods to the general population. However, there is a large variation ...
Necessary but not Sustainable? The Limits of Democracy in Achieving Environmental Sustainability
The world today faces a number of environmental problems that are both severe and urgent. Finding effective solutions is one of the top priorities for the international community, with at least half of the United Nations ...