Democracy by Demand? Reinvestigating the Effect of Self-expression Values on Political Regime Type

@article{Dahlum2015DemocracyBD,
  title={Democracy by Demand? Reinvestigating the Effect of Self-expression Values on Political Regime Type},
  author={Sirianne Dahlum and Carl Henrik Knutsen},
  journal={British Journal of Political Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={47},
  pages={437 - 461}
}
The notion that cultural characteristics influence political regimes remains popular, despite mixed supporting evidence. In particular, democracy is argued to emerge and thrive in countries where liberal or freedom-oriented values (so-called self-expression values) are widespread. Inglehart and Welzel, for instance, report such an effect, mainly drawing inferences from cross-country comparisons. Yet cross-country correlations between self-expression values and democracy could stem from… Expand
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