5 edition of Electoral Authoritarianism found in the catalog.
May 30, 2006
by L. Rienner Publishers
Written in English
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A related question is what happens to electoral authoritarian competition if autocrats cannot rely on that consistent support? Credible Ruling Parties and Authoritarian Uncertainty. In the book I draw attention to what I call a credible ruling party to explain when an autocrat might manipulate less, but nonetheless win elections decisively. Schedler Schedler A. Electoral Authoritarianism. The Dynamics of Unfree Competition Boulder, CO/London Lynne Rienner [Google Scholar], “Menu of Manipulation.” Latest data available to the author. EU-EOM, Final Report, Incidentally, even Lijphart Lijphart, A.
between full authoritarianism and democracy, with its respect for political and civil liberties. Levitsky and Way effectively distinguish their category from other similar classifications, such as Diamond’s “hybrid regimes” and Schedler’s “electoral [End Page ] autocracies.”Competitive authoritarianism, the authors argue, is a more restrictive category. Shahrough Akhavi, “Elite Factionalism in the Islamic Republic of Iran,” The Middle East Journal, (): –; Anoushiravan Ehteshami, After Iranian Second Republic (London; New York: Routledge, ); Mehdi Moslem, “The State and Factional Politics in the Islamic Republic of Iran,” in Twenty years of Islamic Revolution, ed. Eric Hooglund (New York: Syracuse.
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Today, electoral authoritarianism represents the most common form of political regime in the developing world and the one we know least about.
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Electoral authoritarian regimes practice authoritarianism behind the institutional facades of representative democracy.
They hold regular multiparty elections at the national level, yet violate liberal‐democratic minimum standards in systematic and profound ways. Since the end of the Cold War, they have turned into the most common form of.
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As previously mentioned, during the s Serbia was a hybrid regime, otherwise known as competitive (electoral) authoritarianism. After Slobodan Milošević stepped down in Octobersome.
Electoral authoritarianism, according to Andreas Schedler, is defined as states under the control of a dictator who has successfully ‘established the institutional facades of democracy, including regular multiparty elections for the chief executive, in order to conceal (and reproduce) harsh realities of authoritarian governance’ .
“soft authoritarianism,” “electoral authoritarianism,” and Freedom He is currently writing a book on the obstacles to authoritarian consolidation in the former Soviet Union.
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electoral authoritarian re gimes makes little sense: in the abse nce of a state, there is no regime; and this holds true whether or not there are competitive, internationally-certified elections. This article reviews four books, including two edited volumes that might be considered a second wave of literature.7 Each of these books propels this new research agenda forward.
The article begins by dis- "electoral authoritarianism" permeates the chapters of Democratization. Get this from a library. Electoral strategies under authoritarianism: evidence from the former Soviet Union. [Megan Hauser] -- This book explores the factors that explain incumbent and opposition behavior in electoral authoritarian regimes.
It focuses on states in the post-Soviet region and finds variation in. 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.
This book contains original comparative research into the conflictive interaction between rulers and opposition parties in the central arena of strug-gle under electoral authoritarianism—the electoral battlefield. This introduc-tory chapter addresses three analytical core issues with which the emergent.
Book Description Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc, United States, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Today, electoral authoritarianism represents the most common form of political regime in the developing world - and the one we know least about.4/5(14).
Electoral authoritarianism characterises regimes that present an illusion of multi-party democracy at the local and national levels while effectively stripping elections of efficacy.
The result known in advance, elections can be held frequently. In Algeria, for instance, officials have been able, against all odds, to organise more than 12 polls.
The study of electoral authoritarianism is a vibrant growth industry in political science and this book is required reading for all students of elections, authoritarianism, and democratization. Oxford Studies in Democratization is a series for scholars and students of comparative politics and related disciplines.
Volumes concentrate on the Cited by: This article argues that transitions to electoral authoritarianism (EA) follow a strategic calculus in which autocrats balance international incentives to adopt elections against the costs and risks of controlling them.
It tests this hypothesis with a multinomial logit model that simultaneously predicts transitions to EA and democracy, using a. Electoral authoritarianism and hybrid regimes are two interchangeable concepts that four books investigate electoral authoritarianism, but present different concepts and explanations, which is conducive to carrying out effective comparisons between academic conceptualizations.
Furthermore, the research design in the texts includes a. Electoral authoritarian regimes practice authoritarianism behind the institutional facades of representative democracy. They hold multiparty elections, yet violate democratic minimum standards in systematic and profound ways. Today, they have turned into the most common form of dictatorship in the world.
The Politics of Uncertainty studies their internal dynamic.electoral authoritarian regime, I will seek to answer these questions. Since taking office inPutin, Russia’s second post-Soviet leader, has presided over the drastic centralization of the Russian state, and it is his ascendance to power that marks the beginning of Russian.
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