Explaining institutional strength: the case of national human rights institutions in Europe and its Neighbourhood

@article{Lacatus2019ExplainingIS,
  title={Explaining institutional strength: the case of national human rights institutions in Europe and its Neighbourhood},
  author={Corina Lacatus},
  journal={Journal of European Public Policy},
  year={2019},
  volume={26},
  pages={1657 - 1677}
}
  • Corina Lacatus
  • Published 2019
  • Political Science
  • Journal of European Public Policy
ABSTRACT National human rights institutions have spread rapidly across Europe and its Neighbourhood consolidating their powers to protect human rights. Yet, we know little about the causes for change in the strength of national human rights institutions over time. We propose an analysis of institutional strength along two dimensions of safeguards – durability and enforcement – based on original data for 50 states. We illustrate the quantitative analysis with two case studies – Hungary and… Expand

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