Electoral Authoritarianism: The Dynamics of Unfree Competition
Today, electoral authoritarianism represents the most common form of political regime in the developing world - and the one we know least about. Filling in the lacuna, this book presents cutting-edge research on the internal dynamics of electoral authoritarian regimes.
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How to Craft Intermediate Regime
How to Assess Electoral Manipulation
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