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Qualitative Polity Modelling and Political Culture

Democracy
Policy Analysis
Qualitative
Decision Making
Political Cultures
P331
Michail Melidis
University of Exeter
GEORGIA DIMARI
University of Crete

Tuesday 09:00 - 10:45 (25/08/2020)


Abstract

This panel concerns the area of qualitative polity modelling with a complex view on studying polity internal dynamics and operations, polity stability, polity resilience against misrule and various categories of threats, and efficiency in guiding societal development. The literature on qualitative polity modelling covers also international relations issues from the classic Westphalian model to the global polity model. The panel aims to highlight the advances in modelling the state/polity and to achieve a global view over the current areas and types of qualitative modelling research approaches.

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