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Research outputs: DEMOCRACY
The last decade of the 21st century has so far seen many important elections on the African continent. These elections offer windows for the...
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2017 Voting then, voting now: the long-term consequences of participation in South Africa's first democratic election
In a developing democracy, can elections change the behavior of participating citizens? I study the effect of voting in South Africa's first...
Should government become more directive and once again prescribe how schools should be managed or should we treasure the autonomy and democr...