Book | Authoritarian Stability in the South Caucasus: Voting Preferences, Autocratic Responses and Regime Stability in Armenia and Georgia

Editors: Matteo Fumagalli; Koba Turmanidze;

Year: 2018

The study investigates how regimes and voters interact in the cases of Georgia and Armenia to identify how voter preferences feed into policy-making and gauge the extent to which ruling regimes’ adjustment of policies crucially affects their stability.

The study draws on a variety of quantitative and qualitative methods, including a survey experiment carried out in the two countries.

The volume was originally published as a special issue of the journal Caucasus Survey.


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