Accountability by Numbers: A New Global Transitional Justice Dataset (1946-2016)

Accountability by Numbers: A New Global Transitional Justice Dataset (1946-2016)

by Genevieve Bates, Ipek Cinar, and Monika Nalepa, The University of Chicago

Transitional justice—how democracies recovering from authoritarianism or civil war deal with members and collaborators of former oppressive regimes—is believed to have long-term effects on the quality of democracy. We introduce a new global dataset of transitional justice and show how it can be used to explore important questions of accountability and quality of democratic representation.

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