Electoral Authoritarianism: The Dynamics of Unfree Competition Link Abstract Today the most common form of political regime in the developing world is electoral authoritarianism. Electoral authoritarian regimes hold regular multiparty elections for parliament and the chief executive. Yet they violate liberal-democratic minimum standards of freedom, fairness, and integrity in so systematic and profound ways as to render elections instruments of authoritarian rule, rather then instruments of democracy. This volume presents cutting-edge empirical research into the internal dynamics of electoral authoritarian regimes. The methodological chapters 1—3 discuss issues of conceptualization and measurement in fresh and innovate ways. The empirical chapters 4—12 focus on the conflictive interaction between rulers and opposition parties in the central arena of struggle under electoral authoritarianism: the electoral battlefield.
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The Logic of Electoral Authoritarianism — A. Read more Read less. Share your thoughts with ellectoral customers. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Each concise, jargon-free chapter addresses a specific empirical puzzle on the basis of careful cross-national comparison. The result is a systematic, clearly structured study of the interaction between rulers and opposition parties in the central arena of struggle under electoral authoritarianism, the electoral battlefield.
When Do Rulers Steal Elections? There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Ships from and sold by Amazon. Get to Know Us. With a few exceptions, the articles focus on votes, voters, and vote-counting. Skip to search Skip to main content. Each chapter is organized around a different aspect of these types of regimes, from various strategies of vote-buying to the role of national security forces. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
The Spectrum of Nondemocratic Regimes — R. When Do Ruling Parties Split? The Dynamics of Unfree Competition. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. William Case analysiert verschiedene Manipulationsstrategien, die es Regierenden erlauben, die Wahlarena zu kontrollieren. The Politics of Uncertainty: Munck weist auf einige methodologische Probleme einer Grenzziehung zwischen verschiedenen Regierungsformen und deren Hybriden hin. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
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