Development and Democracy: What Have We Learned and How?

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Development and Democracy confirms the robust relationship between levels of economic development and democracy, but suggests that globalization is a key variable in determining the tenuous nature of this relationship in the periphery of the world economy. It raises new questions about the role of social classes in democratization, and points to the importance of including the nature of the state as a factor in the study of democratization. A further important finding is that countries with mixed legal systems correlate ...

Development and Democracy: What Have We Learned and How? 2006, Routledge, London

ISBN-13: 9780415406710

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