Postponed and/or failed democratizations:
why and how?


Melville A.Yu.,

Dr. Sci. (Philos.), Dean, Faculty of Applied Political Science, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Honored Scientist of Russia. Moscow, Russia, andreymelville@gmail.com

ID of the Article: 4303

Rubric: Personalia

For citation:

Melville A.Yu. Postponed and/or failed democratizations: why and how? – Polis. Political Studies. 2010. No 4. P. 73-76 (In Russ.)



Abstract

In his lecture laureate of Rokkanina prize newly established in Russia highlights a programme of regime transformation studies. The programme focuses on the quality of regimes consolidated in recent years and decades. Melville suggests new approaches to accounting structure/agency interaction within political development.


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