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Will vs. Reason: The Populist and Technocratic Forms of Political Representation and Their Critique to Party Government

Will vs. Reason: The Populist and Technocratic Forms of Political Representation and Their Critique to Party Government by Daniele Caramani, University of Zurich The article compares analytically populism and technocracy as alternative forms of political representation […]

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Democracy at Work: Moving Beyond Elections to Improve Well-Being

Democracy at Work: Moving Beyond Elections to Improve Well-Being by Michael Touchtonm, University of Miami; Natasha Borges, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee & Brian Wampler, Boise State University How does democracy work to improve well-being? In this paper, we disentangle the component parts […]

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State Development, Parity, and International Conflict

State Development, Parity, and International Conflict by Douglas M. Gibler, University of Alabama This article explains the relationship between state capabilities and international conflict as a consequence of how, when, and where states enter the international […]

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Voter Registration Costs and Disenfranchisement: Experimental Evidence from France

Voter Registration Costs and Disenfranchisement: Experimental Evidence from France by Céline Braconnier, Sciences Po Saint-Germain-University of Cergy-Pontoise, Jean-Yves Dormagen, Université de Montpellier & Vincent Pons, Harvard Business School A large-scale randomized experiment conducted during the 2012 French presidential and parliamentary […]

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The Crisis of Party Democracy, Cognitive Mobilization, and the Case for Making Parties More Deliberative

The Crisis of Party Democracy, Cognitive Mobilization, and the Case for Making Parties More Deliberative by Carlo Invernizzi-Accetti, City College of the City University of New York & FabioWolkenstein, Goethe University Frankfurt This paper develops a normative proposal for addressing […]