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2018 | nr 1(55) | 9--20
Tytuł artykułu

Institutions Matter for Satisfaction with Democracy in Eastern Europe

Treść / Zawartość
Warianty tytułu
Wpływ instytucji na zadowolenie z demokracji w Europie Wschodniej
Języki publikacji
EN
Abstrakty
Kompetentne rządy i jakość instytucji to kluczowe koncepcje, pomagające odróżniać dobrze prosperujące społeczeństwa od tych, które radzą sobie gorzej. Koncepcje te mają wyjątkowe znaczenie w Europie Wschodniej, której kraje na początku lat dziewięćdziesiątych zmieniły ustrój z komunistycznego na demokratyczny. Rozsądek podpowiada, że europejczycy z bloku wschodniego, wykończeni dekadami komunizmu, powinni być zachwyceni nowym ustrojem politycznym, ale czy tak jest naprawdę? W skrócie - nie. Jednym z wyjaśnień jest to, że poparcie dla ustroju politycznego zależy od jakości instytucji, która w blisko połowie krajów Europy Wschodniej nie uległa poprawie. Autor pracy bada wpływ jakości instytucji na poparcie ustroju politycznego w grupie państw wschodnioeuropejskich w latach 1990-2007. Dobre instytucje zwiększają poziom poparcia ustroju politycznego bardziej niż wzrost gospodarczy, spadek inflacji czy niska stopa bezrobocia. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
Good governance and institutional quality are key concepts that can be used to distinguish between successful and unsuccessful societies. These concepts have special meaning in Eastern Europe. East European countries transitioned from communism to democracy in the early 1990s. Common wisdom has it that East Europeans, devastated with decades of communism, would be thrilled with the new political system, but are they? The short answer is no. One explanation is that political system support depends on institutional quality, which has not improved in about half of the Eastern Europe. This study investigates the effect of institutional quality on political system support in a panel of East European countries from 1990 to 2007. Good institutions increase political system support more than economic growth, inflation or unemployment. (original abstract)
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Strony
9--20
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
  • Akademia Finansów i Biznesu Vistula - Warszawa
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