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Spreading Democracy: An Agent-Based Model of the Diffusion of Democracy

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Empirical studies on democratization over time and space clearly show that transitions to democracy cluster geographically. This paper presents an original agent-based model, showing regime diffusion as a product of social cross-border interaction.

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Abstract: Empirical studies on democratization over time and space clearly show that transitions to democracy cluster geographically. This paper presents an original agent-based model, showing regime diffusion as a product of social cross-border interaction.

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Spreading democracy An agent-based model of the diffusion of democracy Jos Elkink∗ Department of Political Science Trinity College Dublin jelkink@gmail.com April 11 2006 Abstract Contemporary rhetoric surrounding international developments as well as recent developments in the academic literature suggest increasing attention to possible con- tagious effects of democratization. This paper presents one possible way to look at such contagion by employing an agent-based model of democratic diffusion through public attitudes. Some tentative conclusions are drawn as to the conditions
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