Readership: Students and scholars of comparative politics and democratization.
Leonardo Morlino, Professor of Political Science, LUISS, Rome (Italy)
Leonardo Morlino is President of the International Political Science Association (IPSA). He has been Monte dei Paschi Visiting Professor at St. Antony's College, Oxford, UK and visiting Professor at University of Brisbane (Australia). He was awarded the Jean Monnet Chair in European Studies. He was Bechtel Visiting Professor at Stanford University, Stanford, Ca, (USA); Jemolo Fellow, Nuffield College, (Oxford, UK); visiting Professor at Institute Juan March in Madrid (Spain); and visiting Professor at Institute d'Etudes Politiques in
Paris (France). He was awarded two laurea honoris causa from the University of Bucarest (Romania) and the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina). He currently Professor of Political Science at Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali, Roma (Italy).
"Morlino's new book is a worthy addition ... [it] will assuredly become essential reading for those working on comparitive democatic development." - W. M. Downs, CHOICE
Part I: The Basics
1: What Theory in Democratization Studies?
2: Definitional Conundrums
3: Are There Hybrid Regimes?
Part II: Transitions, Consolidations, Crises
4: What Transitions to Democracy?
5: Domestic Anchoring
6: External Anchoring
Part III: Qualities Deepening
7: Analysing Democratic Qualities
8: TODEM Applied