Faculty in the Democratic Erosion consortium have produced a wealth of research on the causes, symptoms and consequences of democratic erosion around the world. Find a selection of their work below.
Versteeg, Mila, Timothy Horley, Anne Meng, Mauricio Guim and Marilyn Guirguis. “The Law and Politics of Presidential Term Limit Evasion.”
Forthcoming in Columbia Law Review.
Kendall-Taylor, Andrea and Erica Frantz. “How Democracies Fall Apart: Why Populism is a Pathway to Autocracy.”
Foreign Affairs. December 5, 2016.
Stokes, Susan, Thad Dunning, Valeria Brusco and Marcelo Nazareno. 2013.
Voters, Brokers and Clientelism. New York: Cambridge University Press. Chapter 6.
Gamboa, Laura. 2017. “Opposition at the Margins: Strategies Against the Erosion of Democracy in Colombia and Venezuela.”
Comparative Politics 49(4): pp. 457–477.
Stokes, Susan C. and Erdem Aytaç. 2019. Why Bother? Rethinking Participation in Elections and Protests. Cambridge University Press.
Adida, Claire, Jessica Gottlieb, Eric Kramon and Gwyneth McClendon. 2017. “Reducing or Reinforcing In-Group Preferences? An Experiment on Information and Ethnic Voting.”
Quarterly Journal of Political Studies 12(4): pp. 437-477.
Mares, Isabela and Lauren Young. 2016. “Buying, Expropriating, and Stealing Votes.”
Annual Review of Political Science 19: pp. 267-288.
McCoy, Jennifer, Tahmina Rahman, and Murat Somer. 2018. “Polarization and the Global Crisis of Democracy: Common Patterns, Dynamics and Pernicious Consequences for Democratic Polities.”
American Behavioral Scientist 62(1): pp. 16-42.
Kendall-Taylor, Andrea, Natasha Lindstaedt and Erica Frantz. 2019. Democracies and Authoritarian Regimes. New York: Oxford University Press.