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Institutionalisation of Political Parties: Comparative Cases. Edited by Robert Harmel and Lars G. Svasand

Elite Governance and Democratic Innovation

Democracy
 
Elites
 
Governance
 
Panel Number
P104
Panel Chair
Valentina Dinica
Victoria University of Wellington
Panel Discussant
Ana Matan
University of Zagreb
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Time
05/09/2019 11:00 - 12:40
Location
Building: (Building C) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 1st floor Room: Amf A
Abstract
This panel looks at how democracy and democratic innovation is preformed, understood and related to at elite levels. The papers take a range of approaches to these questions, from investing institutional designs of consultations with stakeholders at the supra- and international level, to understanding how elite strategies both affect and are shaped by democratic innovation.

Paper List


Title Details
Democratic and Technocratic Innovations in EU: Pathways to Stakeholder Participation in Supranational Executive Policymaking View Paper Details
Performing Democratic Innovation: The European Medicines Agency’s Public Assessment of Valproate View Paper Details
Sortition as a Finalite Politique for EU Democracy View Paper Details
Understanding the Changes in Governance and Participation in Brazil View Paper Details
When, Where, and Why Might Elected Political Elites Adopt Democratic Innovations? View Paper Details
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