Inequality and authoritarianism: Isabela Mares is here on Wednesday

Mares’ study  suggests that “differences in economic structure have political consequences. Electoral intimidation and layoffs by dominant firms is a widespread phenomenon in competitive authoritarian regimes. Electoral intimidation and fraud in these regimes is not just shaped by political competition, it is shaped by systematic differences in employment structure.”

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Rural inequality, economic concentration and fraud


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