What science can do for democracy : a complexity science approach

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Eliassi-Rad, Tina
Farrell, Henry
Lewandowsky, Stephan
Palacios, Patricia
Ross, Don
Sornette, Didier
Thébault, Karim
Wiesner, Karoline
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Political scientists have conventionally assumed that achieving democracy is a one-way ratchet. Only very recently has the question of “democratic backsliding” attracted any research attention. We argue that democratic instability is best understood with tools from complexity science. The explanatory power of complexity science arises from several features of complex systems. Their relevance in the context of democracy is discussed. Several policy recommendations are offered to help (re)stabilize current systems of representative democracy.

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ISO 690ELIASSI-RAD, Tina, Henry FARRELL, David GARCIA, Stephan LEWANDOWSKY, Patricia PALACIOS, Don ROSS, Didier SORNETTE, Karim THÉBAULT, Karoline WIESNER, 2020. What science can do for democracy : a complexity science approach. In: Humanities and Social Sciences Communications. Springer Nature. 2020, 7, 30. eISSN 2662-9992. Available under: doi: 10.1057/s41599-020-0518-0
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@article{EliassiRad2020scien-59975,
  year={2020},
  doi={10.1057/s41599-020-0518-0},
  title={What science can do for democracy : a complexity science approach},
  volume={7},
  journal={Humanities and Social Sciences Communications},
  author={Eliassi-Rad, Tina and Farrell, Henry and Garcia, David and Lewandowsky, Stephan and Palacios, Patricia and Ross, Don and Sornette, Didier and Thébault, Karim and Wiesner, Karoline},
  note={Article Number: 30}
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