Democracy, Free Enterprise, and the Rule of Law


Acquiring Editor: Willis G. Regier
Series Editor: Peter F. Nardulli

Global history repeatedly confirms the challenges to sustaining a functioning democracy that serves the needs of its citizens. This series is devoted to work that focuses on democracies around the world: the values, processes, and institutions that sustain and strengthen democracy, as well as the forces that threaten it. Thus, this series invites high quality submissions that examine democratization, the operation of democratic institutions and processes, and the role of citizens in democracies. Also of interest are manuscripts that address how national institutions can be structured to enhance society's well-being.

This series is closed.


link to catalog page, Presidential Campaigns and Presidential Accountability Author: Michele P. Claibourn
Pub Date: March 2011

Revealing the relationship between presidential campaign agendas and policymaking   learn more...

link to catalog page, Domestic Perspectives on Contemporary Democracy Author: Edited by Peter F. Nardulli
Pub Date: April 2008

An inaugural volume in the series Democracy, Free Enterprise, and the Rule of Law--forecasting the future of democracy   learn more...

link to catalog page, International Perspectives on Contemporary Democracy Author: Edited by Peter F. Nardulli
Pub Date: June 2008

An inaugural volume in the series Democracy, Free Enterprise, and the Rule of Law--forecasting the future of democracy   learn more...