Articles by Bilyana Petrova

August 11, 2022

Dissatisfaction drives democratic scepticism in Eastern Europe

Bilyana Petrova
What explains democratic skepticism in Central and Eastern Europe? Kiran Auerbach and Bilyana Petrova show that post-communist citizens’ low support for democracy is linked to dissatisfaction with the way democracy is practiced in their countries
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Bilyana Petrova
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Texas Tech University

Bilyana's research interests lie at the intersection of political economy and political behaviour, with an emphasis on economic inequality, economic redistribution, welfare state attitudes, and support for democracy.

She received her PhD in political acience from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2018.

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She tweets @bilyanakpetrova

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