Living Reviews in Democracy

Welcome to the Living Reviews in Democracy! Living Reviews in Democracy (LRD) is an innovative e-journal, containing cutting-edge information on the latest research on the topic of democracy. Articles are fully refereed and kept up-to-date by their authors.

Vol 1 (2009)

Table of Contents

Reviews

Nationalism and Democracy: Competing or Complementary Logics? Abstract HTML PDF
Marc Helbling Updated in Vol 4 (2013)
Cleavage Politics in Old and New Democracies Abstract HTML PDF
Simon Bornschier
Property-Owning Democracy and the Demands of Justice Abstract HTML PDF
Thad Williamson, Martin O'Neill
Modernization and Democracy: Theories and Evidence Revisited Abstract HTML PDF
Julian Wucherpfennig, Franziska Deutsch
Populism Abstract HTML PDF
Christa Deiwiks
The Democratic Deficit of the European Union Abstract HTML PDF
Thomas Jensen
Democratisation and Conflict in Ethnically Divided Societies Abstract HTML PDF
Judith Vorrath, Lutz Frederik Krebs

Vol 2 (2010)

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Reviews

Political Integration and National Parliaments in Europe Abstract PDF HTML
Thomas Dirk Winzen
Legitimacy and Accountability of Independent Regulatory Agencies: A Critical Review Abstract HTML PDF
Martino Maggetti
Conceptions of Democratic Governance in the Multilateral Realm: The Case of the WTO Abstract HTML PDF
Lena Schneller
Patterns of Democracy and Its Critics Abstract HTML PDF
Nils-Christian Bormann
Direct Democracy Abstract HTML PDF
Linda Maduz

Vol 3 (2012)

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Reviews

The Research Field of Democracy Promotion Abstract HTML PDF
Timm Beichelt
Media-Induced Affects and Opinion Formation: How Related and Unrelated Affects Influence Political Opinions Abstract HTML PDF
Rinaldo Kühne
Democracy and Linguistic Justice in the European Union Abstract HTML PDF
Catherine Buchmüller
Social Capital and Governmental Institutions Abstract HTML PDF
Isabelle Breuskin

Vol 4 (2013)

Table of Contents

Reviews

Nationalism and Democracy: Competing or Complementary Logics? Abstract HTML PDF
Marc Helbling
The Legitimacy of the Demos: Who Should Be Included in the Demos and on What Grounds? Abstract HTML PDF
Antoinette Scherz
Strong Theories, Weak Evidence: The Effect of Economic Inequality on Democratization Abstract HTML PDF
Yannick Pengl



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