Articles by Aleksandra Spalińska

November 24, 2022

Musk’s Twitter takeover has damaged its popularity, but it may yet survive

Aleksandra Spalińska
Elon Musk’s takeover throws Twitter’s future into question. Drawing from Albert Hirschman’s 1970 work on organisational decline, Aleksandra Spalińska explains how the high costs of leaving means a full exit from the platform is not a viable option for every Twitter user
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Aleksandra Spalińska
PhD Candidate, Faculty of Political Science and International Studies, University of Warsaw

Aleksandra is a coordinator of the Multiplicity Project.

Her research interests include IR theory and concepts, especially theorising world order and ‘the international’, non-state actors in world politics and IR theory, polity formation theory, and Western anxieties and the interregnum.

She has written book reviews for International Affairs, the Journal of Common Market Studies, and Political Studies Review.

Aleksandra is currently working on a dissertation examining ‘new mediaevalism’ in the study of world politics.

Find out more about Aleksandra's research interests on her ECPR profile.

Twitter @AleksandraSpal3

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