Do liberal norms matter? A cross-regime experimental investigation of the normative explanation of the democratic peace thesis in China and The Netherlands

@article{Bakker2017DoLN,
  title={Do liberal norms matter? A cross-regime experimental investigation of the normative explanation of the democratic peace thesis in China and The Netherlands},
  author={F. Bakker},
  journal={Acta Politica},
  year={2017},
  volume={52},
  pages={521-543}
}
  • F. Bakker
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • Acta Politica
Scholars of democratic peace theories argue that the causal mechanism of the democratic peace is founded on the internalized liberal norms of democratic societies, which are subsequently assumed to be lacking among citizens of societies of different regime types. I argue that the corroborating results of earlier empirical work are overextended and that the mechanism should be empirically tested using a comparative perspective that considers the variance of the independent variable. This article… Expand
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