Political Economies of Democratisation
Political Economies of Democratisation is a four year project (2008-2012) based in the Department of International Politics. It critically examines and seeks to rethink the contemporary democracy promotion agenda in world politics. Its central focus is on opening up space for consideration of different ‘politico-economic models of democracy’ in current democracy promotion. The project is funded by the European Research Council under the European Community's 7th Framework Programme (2007-2013) (grant no 202596).
- Dr Milja Kurki, Principal Investigator
- Dr Jeff Bridoux, Postdoctoral Fellow
- Dr Christopher Hobson, Research Associate
- Ms Anja Gebel, PhD Candidate
- Professor Heikki Patomaki, Visiting Professor
Views expressed by the project team, and contributors and participants at events organised, are those of the individuals who express them. The European Community is not liable for the views expressed or the use that may be made of any information associated with the project.
Project outcomes, including the Rethinking Democracy Support - UNU Policy Paper can be found under Policy Engagement and Impact