By Andreas Schedler
At the present time, electoral authoritarianism represents the commonest kind of political regime within the constructing global - and the single we all know least approximately. Filling within the lacuna, this new e-book offers state of the art study at the inner dynamics of electoral authoritarian regimes. every one concise, jargon-free bankruptcy addresses a selected empirical puzzle at the foundation of cautious cross-national comparability. the result's a scientific, sincerely established research of the interplay among rulers and competition events within the important enviornment of fight below electoral authoritarianism, the electoral battlefield.
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