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Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Universal turnout and its implications: 2012 Parliamentary elections in Montenegro

The link between turnout and election outcome remains somewhat of a mystery as many scholars try to estimate whether and what kind of effect different levels of turnout have on election results. Numerous studies, showing that participation is in decline, fostered the debate around this link. Researchers are trying to...
Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Diverging Party Outcomes in Hybrid Regimes: The Cases of Croatia, Serbia, and Montenegro

Abstract: In countries that have undergone democratic transition from hybrid regimes in the last two decades, regime collapse was, as a rule, causally linked with turnover in power. Nonetheless, a number of states that have democratized during this period saw the end of hybrid regime without experiencing such political change....

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