Articles by Łukasz Wordliczek

January 16, 2023

Saving democracy: three (r)evolutionary remedies

Łukasz Wordliczek
Democratic malaise, deconsolidation, backsliding, illiberalism, decline, erosion, rupture, decay, or simply: crisis. This 'conceptual bazaar' shows that democracy does not necessarily keep up with today’s challenges. Łukasz Wordliczek suggests three possible remedies
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Łukasz Wordliczek
University Professor, Institute of American Studies and Polish Diaspora, Faculty of International and Political Studies, Jagiellonian University

Łukasz teaches courses on US and Polish political systems and foreign policy.

He is the author, co-author and editor of nine books, several dozen articles and conference papers on relations between technology and politics, non-state actors, public policy and political science methodology.

His two most recent articles are: Beyond Bag of Words and Monolingual Models? A Machine Translation Solution to Solving Classification Tasks for Comparative Research (with Akos Mate, Miklós Sebők, Dariusz Stolicki and Ádám Feldmann) and Neural Networks and Political Science: Testing the Methodological Frontiers (both forthcoming in early 2023).

Łukasz is currently setting up the Polish branch of the Comparative Agendas Project.

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