This section provides a list of useful links to aid you in further reading and research. It is not intended to be exhaustive but suggestions for additions are most welcome: simply e-mail email@example.com. In particular, information on any university courses or academic research projects focused on democratic decay is welcome: see the feedback form below.
As emphasised elsewhere on this site, the Democratic Erosion website is highly recommended for those who wish to get a grasp of how this phenomenon is addressed in the social sciences and in media reports. This Democratic Decay Resource is intended to be a complementary tool for researchers.
ACADEMIC & OTHER RESEARCH PROJECTS
Central European University (CEU) (Hungary)
Melbourne Law School (DECRA project under PI Dr Rose Parfitt)
Horizon 2020 (EU) - 6 partner universities across EU
National Faculty of Law, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
University of Oslo (Norway)
Horizon 2020 (EU) - 18 partner universities across EU + Israel
Carnegie Democracy and Rule of Law Program - USA
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October 2018-March 2019
KEY RESEARCH CENTRES
Center directed by Prof. Matthew Feldman (Professorial Fellow, University of York) and Steering Group
Research partnership between University of Bologna School of Law, Italy, and the Johns Hopkins University
Melbourne Law School, Australia
University of Virginia Law School, USA
European University Institute (EUI), Florence, Italy
KEY RESEARCH Resources
podcasts & web series
leading GLOBAL democracy indices
additional indices & RESOURCES
PUBLIC OPINION RESOURCES
policy bodies & think-tanks
governmental & intergovernmental organisations
INTERNATIONAL INSTRUMENTS & resolutions