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Illiberal democracy - Wikipedia

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An illiberal democracy, also called a partial democracy, low intensity democracy, empty ... Conversely, liberal autocracies are regimes with no elections and that are ... Both Hong Kong and Singapor...

Democracies, Autocracies, and Political Stability - Nighthawks Open ...

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There are many democracies that are prone to electing to government ethnic ..... promote higher levels of political instability and (2) Are autocracies are more ...

Growth: Autocracy or democracy? | The Economist

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Mar 27, 2013 ... That explains why diverse India, with three major ethnic groups, four key ... Asia's most successful economies are a mix of flawed democracies ...

Is Democracy the Best Setting For Strong Economic Growth? - WSJ

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Mar 13, 2007 ... Do democratic institutions sustain economic growth? ... In others, democratic institutions survive, but there is significant in-fighting between ethnic groups, religious ... been more likely to consolidate democracy or transition from autocracy to ... I like promoting education both because it leads to good political ...

Democratization, Political Institutions, and Ethnic Conflict

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Institutions that promote power sharing or pro- vide some level of ... Hypothesis 1: Ethnic protests and rebellion are more likely in democracies than in authoritarian ..... simply by subtracting the autocracy score from the democracy score of each.

Why the United States Should Spread Democracy - Harvard - Belfer ...

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After the Cold War ended, promoting the international spread of democracy ... countries may actually hinder efforts to maintain ethnic peace, social stability, and ..... and some autocracies do, but liberal democracies generally are more likely to  ...

Authoritarianism and Intolerance Under Autocratic and Democratic ...

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Stenner's (2005) concern, exemplified in her discussion of the ethnic conflict that ... However, if this were the case, one would expect to see more democracies ... more authoritarian side of the scale, those who favor values which promote social  ...

Does Heterogeneity Hinder Democracy? - WZB

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inequality, gender inequality, or ethnic fractionalization. Empirical results ... heterogeneity do not hinder democratic transition, most of them complicate dem- ..... 3) In turn, a dictatorship that attains high economic growth rates and, at the same time, .... democracy by promoting a less hierarchical cultural milieu for decision-.

The Rise of Illiberal Democracy | Fareed Zakaria

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Nov 1, 1997 ... In 1830 Great Britain, in some ways the most democratic European nation, ... Over time they moved from autocracy to liberalizing autocracy, and, in some cases, ... which is crucial in promoting both growth and liberal democracy. .... that the forces of democracy are the forces of ethnic harmony and of peace.

Research - Michael K. Miller - Sites - Google

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Thus, democracies are more likely to survive if they experience autocratic .... Inclusive powersharing, such as ethnic quotas, promotes democratic survival only in ...