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Conference Memos

Is Russia a Threat to Western Democracy? Russian Intervention in Foreign Elections, 1991-2017

Lucan Ahmad Way, Adam Casey
2017 November 3, 2017

This document is a memo from the "Global Populisms: A Threat to Democracy?” workshop held at Stanford University in 2017.

This is a work in progress. DO NOT cite without checking with the authors first.

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Conference Memos

Economic Nationalism as a Driving Force of Populism in the U.S.

Pia Malaney
2017 November 3, 2017

This document is a memo from the "Global Populisms: A Threat to Democracy?” workshop held at Stanford University in 2017.

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Conference Memos

Populism: Content and Form

Niall Ferguson
2017 November 3, 2017

This document is a memo from the "Global Populisms: A Threat to Democracy?” workshop held at Stanford University in 2017.

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Conference Memos

The Economic Origins of Authoritarian Values: Evidence from Local Trade Shocks in the United Kingdom

Kenneth Scheve
2017 November 3, 2017

This document is a memo from the "Global Populisms: A Threat to Democracy?” workshop held at Stanford University in 2017.

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Conference Memos

Parties, Policy Convergence and the Challenges of Finance Capitalism

Didi Kuo
2017 November 3, 2017

This document is a memo from the "Global Populisms: A Threat to Democracy?” workshop held at Stanford University in 2017.

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Conference Memos

The Putin Regime, Populism Promotion and the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election

Valerie Bunce
2017 November 3, 2017

This document is a memo from the "Global Populisms: A Threat to Democracy?” workshop held at Stanford University in 2017.

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Conference Memos

When the Banal Becomes Political: The EU in the Age of Populism

Kathleen McNamara
2017 November 3, 2017

This document is a memo from the "Global Populisms: A Threat to Democracy?” workshop held at Stanford University in 2017.

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Conference Memos

Populism and Identity

Francis Fukuyama
2017 November 3, 2017

This document is a memo from the "Global Populisms: A Threat to Democracy?” workshop held at Stanford University in 2017.

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Conference Memos

Vladimir Putin’s Populism, Russia’s Revival, and Liberalism Lost

Kathryn Stoner
2017 November 3, 2017

This document is a memo from the "Global Populisms: A Threat to Democracy?” workshop held at Stanford University in 2017.

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Conference Memos

Labor Unions as Critical Intermediate Associations

Margaret Levi
2017 November 3, 2017

This document is a memo from the "Global Populisms: A Threat to Democracy?” workshop held at Stanford University in 2017.

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Conference Memos

The Health of American Democracy: Comparing Perceptions of Experts and the American Public

John Carey
2017 November 3, 2017

This document is a memo from the "Global Populisms: A Threat to Democracy?” workshop held at Stanford University in 2017.

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Journal Articles

Global Populisms and Their Impact

Anna Grzymala-Busse
Slavic Review, 2017 October 19, 2017

Populism is on the rise: but to understand this phenomenon, we should first clearly conceptualize it and recognize that populism takes on different forms in various historical and political contexts. These “populisms” pose a threat to modern liberal democracy. As Poland and Hungary show, populists exclude entire swathes of society from the polity, and undermine the formal institutions and the informal norms of democracy. 

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