Articles by Licia Cianetti

October 26, 2023

♟️ Why it matters how we talk about the 'global' autocratisation trend

Licia Cianetti
Licia Cianetti and Petra Alderman critique the trend for claiming that a 'global' autocratisation is sweeping the world. It is, they argue, not a homogenous process, but many processes that look differently across time and space. Just as we need to better differentiate autocracies, so we also need better language to reflect these differences in autocratisation
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Licia Cianetti
Deputy Director, Centre for Elections, Democracy, Accountability and Representation (CEDAR), University of Birmingham

Licia is interested in how democratic institutions and regimes change over time, particularly with regard to processes of inclusion and exclusion from democratic policymaking.

Her work has appeared in the Journal of European Public Policy, Journal of Democracy, Urban Studies, East European Politics, JCMS, and Nationality Papers, among others.

The Quality of Divided Democracies
Minority Inclusion, Exclusion, and Representation in the New Europe
By Licia Cianetti

The Quality of Divided Democracies
University of Michigan Press, 2019

Rethinking 'Democratic Backsliding' in Central and Eastern Europe
Edited By Licia Cianetti, James Dawson, Seán Hanley

Rethinking 'Democratic Backsliding' in Central and Eastern Europe
Co-editor, with James Dawson and Seán Hanley
Routledge, 2019

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