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Making Democracy Work in Latin America

20 June 2016 – Schloss O126 (“Dozentenzimmer”)

SFB 884: Political Economy of Reforms

University of Mannheim

Organizer: Jason Eichorst: jasoneichorst.com

On May 26th, Marinov will discuss in the Mannheim Schloss the challenges for civic activism in hybrid regimes and facade democracies.  Special thanks to Bay Ganio, organization of Bulgarians living in Mannheim area.

On June 1st, 2016, Marinov will present at the Stanford IR Seminar on:

Process or Candidate? The International Community and the Demand for Electoral Integrity

The working paper is available from SSRN

On May 10, 2016, Marinov will present at a seminar organized by the Business School of NPS on Election Wars, a working paper under review and part of a

Marinov will discuss a book project by Flores and Nooruddin and serve as discussant on a separate panel on democratization.  More below.

 

Author Meets Critics: Electing Democracy? by Thomas Flores and Irfan Nooruddin

On January 19, 2016, Marinov will present work at the University of Essex (UK).  The Visitor Speaker Series of the Department of Government will kick-off with a presentation by Marinov on election wars, a new book project on foreign interventions in elections.

I and my co-authors are presenting three papers at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association: "Does Social Media Promote Civic Optimism?", "Cursing Your Candidate: Why Foreign Powers Lose Elections",  "Do Public Fund Windfalls Increase Corruption?

Marinov and Milan Svolik will present a research paper tentatively titled ``Cursing Your Candidate: Why Foreign Powers Lo

Book Conference for Inken von Borzyskowski, and roundtable Elections in the Developing World, with Inken von Borzyskowski (Florida State University), Irfan Nooruddin (Georgetown), Andrea Ruggeri (University of Oxford), Sarah Birch (University of Glasgow), Nikolay Marinov (University of Mannheim),

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