Regimes, Politics, and Markets: Democratization and Economic Change in Southern and Eastern Europe

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Appendix 1
The Impact of Economies on Regimes: A Chronology of Comparative Quantitative Studies

Seymour Martin Lipset, "Some Social Requisites of Democracy: Economic Development and Political Legitimacy", American Political Science Review, 53( 1959). Study of 46 European, English-speaking, and Latin American countries. Conclusion: positive effect of thirteen indices of development on democracy.

James S. Coleman, "Conclusion: The Political Systems of Developing Areas", in Gabriel A. Almond and James S. Coleman(eds.), The Politics of Developing Areas( Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press, 1960). Study of 75 countries. Conclusion: positive effect of development on democracy.

Phillips Cutright, "National Political Development: Measurement and Analysis", American Sociological Review, 28( 1963). Study of 77 countries between 1940 and 1961. Conclusion: positive effect of development on democracy.

Bruce M. Russett, Trends in World Politics( New York, Macmillan, 1965). Study of 89 countries. Conclusion: positive effect of development on democracy.

Deane E. Neubauer, "Some Conditions of Democracy", American Political Science Review, 61( 1967). Study of 23 countries. Conclusion: weak effect of development (through the expansion of communications).

Donald J. McCroneand Charles F. Cnudde, "Toward A Communications Theory of Democratic Political Development: A Causal Model", American Political Science Review, 61( 1967). Re-examination of Cutright's data for 77 countries. Conclusion: positive effect of development on democracy, through the spread of communications due to education and urbanization.

Marvin E. Olsen, "Multivariate Analysis of National Political Development", American Sociological Review, 33( 1968). Study of 115 countries. Conclusion: positive effect of development on democracy.

Phillips Cutright and James A. Wiley, "Modernization and Political Representation: 1927-1966", Studies in Comparative International Development, 5 ( 1969). Study of 40 countries between 1927 and 1966. Conclusion: positive effect, albeit mediated by the level of literacy and social security provision.

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