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Organizing democracy how international organizations assist new democracies

Author: Paul Poast; Johannes Urpelainen
Publisher: Chicago London The University of Chicago Press 2018
Series: Chicago series on international and domestic institutions
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Emerging democracies need a lot of support from international institutions, and this book analyzes the ways those organizations succeed and fail in providing that assistance.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Poast; Johannes Urpelainen
ISBN: 9780226543482 022654348X 9780226543345 022654334X 9780226543512 022654351X
OCLC Number: 1055474959
Description: viii, 249 Seiten 27 cm
Contents: Introduction --
A theory of democratization and international organizations. From democratization to international organizations --
From international organizations to democratic consolidation --
Quantitative evidence. quantitative evidence on forming versus joining --
Quantitative evidence on democratic consolidation and international organizations --
Qualitative evidence. The Baltic experience --
Forming, remodeling, and reforming: expanding the evidence and implications --
Conclusion.
Series Title: Chicago series on international and domestic institutions
Responsibility: Paul Poast and Johannes Urpelainen

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