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EAN: 9781441173966 Binding: TP
Author: Natasha M. Ezrow, Erica Frantz Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic & Professional
Book Title: Dictators and Dictatorships Publication Year: 2011
Type: Textbook Format: Trade Paperback
Language: English Publication Name: Dictators and Dictatorships : Understanding Authoritarian Regimes and Their Leaders
Item Height: 0.7in. Item Length: 9in.
Item Width: 6in. Item Weight: 15.9 Oz
Number of Pages: 336 Pages

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Dictators and Dictatorships is a qualitative enquiry into the politics of authoritarian regimes. It argues that political outcomes in dictatorships are largely a product of leader-elite relations. Differences in the internal structure of dictatorships affect the dynamics of this relationship. This book shows how dictatorships differ from one another and the implications of these differences for political outcomes. In particular, it examines political processes in personalist, military, single-party, monarchic, and hybrid regimes.The aim of the book is to provide a clear definition of what dictatorship means, how authoritarian politics works, and what the political consequences of dictatorship are. It discusses how authoritarianism influences a range of political outcomes, such as economic performance, international conflict, and leader and regime durability.Numerous case studies from around the world support the theory and research presented to foster a better understanding of the inner workings of authoritarian regimes. By combining theory with concrete political situations, the book will appeal to undergraduate students in comparative politics, international relations, authoritarian politics, and democratization.
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PublisherBloomsbury Academic & Professional
ISBN-10144117396x
ISBN-139781441173966
eBay Product ID (ePID)22038832405
Product Key Features
AuthorNatasha M. Ezrow, Erica Frantz
Publication NameDictators and Dictatorships : Understanding Authoritarian Regimes and Their Leaders
FormatTrade Paperback
LanguageEnglish
Publication Year2011
TypeTextbook
Number of Pages336 Pages
Dimensions
Item Length9in.
Item Height0.7in.
Item Width6in.
Item Weight15.9 Oz
Additional Product Features
Lc Classification NumberJc495.E97 2011
ReviewsDictators and Dictatorships provides an admirable synthesis and extension of the growing literature on the politics of authoritarian regimes. In clear and accessible language, Ezrow and Frantz examine both classic and cutting-edge scholarship on dictatorships. They argue that elite politics in dictatorships have important consequences for a host of outcomes, and apply this insight to questions such as the causes of authoritarianism, regime longevity, leader survival, economic growth, and international conflict. The arguments are illustrated with countless real-world examples from around the world. Combining a thorough discussion of the existing literature with new insights, this book will not only be an excellent resource for students, but also for scholars looking for an introduction to the literature on the causes, consequences, and future of authoritarianism. - Jessica L. Weeks, Department of Government, Cornell University, "It is becoming increasingly clear that many of the world's autocracies are not going to succumb to a new wave of democratization anytime soon. To understand how and why authoritarianism persists, Dictators and Dictatorships offers a thorough and thoughtful look into the politics of autocratic survival strategies." - Lisa Blaydes, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Stanford University., &"Dictators and Dictatorships provides an excellent overview of authoritarian regimes in the contemporary era. Frantz and Ezrow adopt the extremely useful typology of authoritarian regimes developed by Barbara Geddes to provide a comprehensive treatment of politics in single-party, military, and personalist authoritarian regimes. This book ranges widely to explain the origins and breakdown of these regimes and their distinctive domestic and foreign policies. The broad outlines of the argument are brought to life by illuminating stories about dozens of authoritarian regimes from every part of the globe. I can think of few better introductions to this important topic for upper division courses in comparative politics.&" -Mark Peceny, Professor and Chair, Department of Political Science, University of New Mexico, "Dictators and Dictatorships provides an excellent overview of authoritarian regimes in the contemporary era. Frantz and Ezrow adopt the extremely useful typology of authoritarian regimes developed by Barbara Geddes to provide a comprehensive treatment of politics in single-party, military, and personalist authoritarian regimes. This book ranges widely to explain the origins and breakdown of these regimes and their distinctive domestic and foreign policies. The broad outlines of the argument are brought to life by illuminating stories about dozens of authoritarian regimes from every part of the globe. I can think of few better introductions to this important topic for upper division courses in comparative politics." -Mark Peceny, Professor and Chair, Department of Political Science, University of New Mexico
Table of ContentIntroduction Chapter 1: Authoritarian Politics: TypologiesChapter 2: The Causes of DictatorshipChapter 3: The Survival of Authoritarian Regimes: Strategies and Trends Chapter 4: The Survival of Authoritarian Leaders: Strategies and TrendsChapter 5: CoupsChapter 6: Dictatorships and Political GridlockChapter 7: Dictatorships and the EconomyChapter 8: Dictatorships and International ConflictChapter 9: Military Dictatorships in Latin America and BeyondChapter 10: Single-party Dictatorships in Eastern Europe, Asia, and BeyondChapter 11: Personalist Dictatorships in Sub-Saharan Africa and BeyondChapter 12: Monarchies in the Middle East and BeyondChapter 13: Hybrid DictatorshipsConclusionBibliography
Copyright Date2011
Target AudienceScholarly & Professional
TopicHistory & Theory, Political Ideologies / Fascism & Totalitarianism, Comparative Politics
Lccn2010-025328
Dewey Decimal321.9
Dewey Edition22
IllustratedYes
GenrePolitical Science

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