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TitoloPopulism as a New Revolt of the Masses. What Implications for Democratic Politics?
Anno di pubblicazione2018
Tipologia di contributo in volumeCapitolo
Autore/iArchibugi D., Cellini M.
Affiliazioni autoriDaniele Archibugi is a research director at the Italian National Research Council in Rome and Professor of Innovation, Governance and Public Policy at Birkbeck College, University of London. He works on international relations and innovation. He has worked at the Universities of Cambridge, London School of Economics, and Harvard. He is an advisor to the European Commission, the Council of Europe, and several United Nations agencies and national governments. Marco Cellini is a PhD student in Political Science at LUISS University, Rome.
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SintesiThe debate about the state of democracy has taken a U-turn in the last decade. Following the fall of the Berlin Wall, for twenty years there was a widespread optimism about the fact that peoples of the world wanted to elect their leaders and build democratic institutions. This optimist climat was corroborated by significant events: in Eastern Europe and in Latin America many countries started to hold free elections and the citizens expected that this would also have distributed material advantages in terms of economic development, salaries and well-being. But over the last decade the wind has blown n the opposite direction: there are increasing concerns about the fact that a growing number of citizens start to be sympathetic to the perspective of being ruled bye "strongmen" (Foa and Munk, 2016) and the satisfaction with existing institutions in both consolidated and young democracies, has started to decline.
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Pagine da125
Pagine a137
Pagine totali12
Titolo del volumeLegitimacy, Democracy and Disagreement. Essays in honour of Sebastiano Maffettone
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Curatore/i del volumePellegrino, G.
  • Luiss University Press, Roma (Italia)
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Stato della pubblicazionePublished version
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Parole chiavedemocracy, populism
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  • IRPPS — Istituto di ricerche sulla popolazione e le politiche sociali
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  • DUS.AD012.031.001 : Globalizzazione, Ricerca e Innovazione
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