corso

Numero di crediti :9

Semestre : 1° semestre

Political development and democratic transition. Southern Caucasus and Azerbaijan case history

Settore scientifico disciplinare : SPS/11

Numero di crediti :9

Tipologia corso:corso

lingua: inglese

Data inizio corso: Monday, 3 October, 2016

Semestre : 1° semestre

Iscrizione al corso : Closed
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the exam will be performed orally in front of the didactic commission of three professors.

A chi è rivolto il corso:

The couse, which deals with democratic transitions in developing countries, is devoted to first-year students within the master degree in cooperation and development attending the lessons in english  focusing on "economics for development". 

Come ottenere la tesi:

Dissertation proposal must be directed orally or via mail to prof. Pommier

Metodi didattici:
Modalità di valutazione della frequenza:

Signatures of attending students will be collected in any class. Non attending students will have to study and extra text in order to pass the exam.

Testi d'esame:

Attending students:

Thomas De Waal, the Caucasus an introduction, 2010 Oxford University Press

Samuel P. Huntington, The Third Wave: Democratization in the Late 20th Century, 1993, University of Oklahomap Press

A scientific article among the following:

HALE, Regyme Cicles. Democracy, Autocracy and Revolution. In Post Soviet Eurasia, World Politics, 2005, pp. 133-165.

KOPSTEIN J., REILLY D. (2000). Geographic Diffusion and the Transformation of the Postcommunist World. World Politics, 53 (1): 1-37.

MCFAUL M. (2002). The Fourth Wave of Democracy and Dictatorship. Non-cooperative Transitions in the Postcommunist
World. World Politics, 54 (2): 212-244.

POP-ELECHES G. (2007). Historical Legacies and Post-Communist Regime Change. Journal of Politics, 69 (4): 908-926.

 

non attending students must study two exta texts:

De Waal, Black Garden Armenia and Azerbaijan through Peace and War. New York: NYU Press, 2013

An article chosen among the previous list