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Religion and Political Theory: Secularism, Accommodation and The New Challenges of Religious Diversity, Edited by Jonathan Seglow and Andrew Shorten

Sub-National Politics in Authoritarian Regimes

Federalism
 
Domestic Politics
 
Political Regime
 
Panel Number
P356
Panel Chair
Kristin Eichhorn
Chemnitz University of Technology
Panel Discussant
Adam Szymański
University of Warsaw

Time
06/09/2019 17:50 - 19:30
Location
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 3rd floor Room: 302
Abstract
The common perception of authoritarianism combines a centralized state with an omnipotent dictator or dominant party. During the past decades, however, we have witnessed a growing heterogeneity of authoritarian regime types. This heterogeneity is not only evident in the cross-national comparison but also sub-nationally. Sub-national entities in authoritarian states vary not only demographically and by their degree of political autonomy. They also map a multifaceted landscape in their degree of authoritarianism or democracy, patterns of regional support for the dominant party and incumbent, competitiveness and electoral domination, concrete policies, et cetera. This panel seeks to highlight these sub-national variations in authoritarian states and their concrete effects on politics.

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