Temporal Consistency and Policy Credibility: Why Democracies Need Non-Majoritarian Institutions


As Juan Linz has recently argued, many problem of democratic government would be difficult to understand without including the time dimension in our analysis of the democratic process. This is because government pro tempore is an essential and defining characteristic of democratic governance (Linz, 1995). The time limit inherent in the requirement of… (More)


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