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regional regime type configurations for predicting interstate conflict.
the signal is effective will depend in part on the regime type of the
Scholars analyzing events in East Asia will find another weakness in Gough account of the East Asian productivist welfare regime type which pays insufficient attention to indigenous writings and perspectives.
The Argentine-Brazilian experience in bilateral integration calls for cautiousness in generalizations about state behaviours associated with regime types, but also acknowledges a striking correlation, at least in terms of time, between democratization and integration.
Again, based on the fact that their data contain a number of historical cases, representing both successful and unsuccessful postauthoritarian transitions to democracy, and that these data inform the process of locating states in one of the four regime types, the analysis allows Shugart and Carey to draw tentative conclusions about the appropriateness of specific regime types for uncertain postauthoritarian democracies.
In terms of the literature on Tunisian and North African politics, international political economy variables and class analysis probably deserve more attention than the earlier emphasis on political elites, regime types, and ideology.
However, from now on, the regime types in these countries will be much more important than the identity of their leaders.
In explaining the development of different regime types and divergent transition paths in post-communist countries, scholars rely on different approaches including initial negotiations immediately after the collapse of communism, choices of actors for different forms of institutional design, legacies of the communist past, and the influence of external factors such as the EU.
This book strikes one as holding the potential for a crucial contribution to the comparative literatures on policymaking and regime types.
more likely to sign such agreements than other regime types.
Students of authoritarianism and democracy over the next two decades can address those challenges by shifting their object of study from domestic, election-based regime types to transnational processes of coercion and accountability.

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