Designing Popular Vote Processes to Enhance Democratic Systems

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EL-WAKIL, Alice, Francis CHENEVAL, 2018. Designing Popular Vote Processes to Enhance Democratic Systems. In: Swiss Political Science Review. Wiley. 24(3), pp. 348-358. ISSN 1424-7755. eISSN 1662-6370. Available under: doi: 10.1111/spsr.12318

@article{elWakil2018Desig-55918, title={Designing Popular Vote Processes to Enhance Democratic Systems}, year={2018}, doi={10.1111/spsr.12318}, number={3}, volume={24}, issn={1424-7755}, journal={Swiss Political Science Review}, pages={348--358}, author={el-Wakil, Alice and Cheneval, Francis} }

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