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Авторитарные выборы: состояние литературы и исследовательские проблемы

https://doi.org/10.22394/1726-1139-2022-3-41-57

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В статье дается обзор актуальных исследований, посвященных выборам в условиях авторитарных политических режимов. С этой целью отобран ряд значимых работ по указанной проблематике, опубликованных в рецензируемых академических журналах с высоким импакт-фактором. Оценка значимости работ произведена прежде всего на основе показателей их цитируемости по данным Scopus и Google Scholar. Констатируется, что несмотря на быстрый рост количества работ по авторитарным выборам в течение двух последних десятилетий, до построения целостной теории в этой области пока еще далеко. Основное внимание в обзоре уделено вопросу о том, как выборы влияют на выживание авторитарных режимов. По этому поводу в литературе представлены противоречивые позиции. С одной стороны, выборы рассматриваются как инструменты стабилизации авторитарного правления, с другой стороны — как источники нестабильности, и с третьей — как рычаги демократизации.

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Ю. С. Медведев
Российская академия народного хозяйства и государственной службы при Президенте Российской Федерации (Северо-Западный институт управления РАНХиГС)
Россия

Медведев Юрий Семенович, доцент кафедры сравнительных политических исследований факультета международных отношений и политических исследований

Санкт-Петербург



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Медведев Ю.С. Авторитарные выборы: состояние литературы и исследовательские проблемы. Управленческое консультирование. 2022;(3):41-57. https://doi.org/10.22394/1726-1139-2022-3-41-57

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Medvedev Yu.S. Authoritarian Elections: State of Literature and Research Problems. Administrative Consulting. 2022;(3):41-57. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.22394/1726-1139-2022-3-41-57

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