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Foreign Aid in Africa: Tracing Channels of Influence on Democratic Transitions and Consolidation
von Resnick, Danielle
World Institute for Development Economics Research, United Nations University 2012.

...How does aid impact democracy in sub-Saharan Africa? Drawing on existing literature, this study elaborates on the various channels, direct and indirect, through which development and democracy aid has...

Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: The Limits of Foreign Aid on Malawi's Democratic Consolidation
von Resnick, Danielle
World Institute for Development Economics Research, United Nations University 2012.

...Since the era of one-party rule, Malawi's relationship with the donor community has proved erratic and contentious. During the second term of Malawi's current president, Bingu wa Mutharika, this trend...

Populist Strategies in African Democracies
von Resnick, Danielle
Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit/Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) 2010.

...Drawing on insights from Latin America, this paper examines the factors that contributed to the use of populist strategies by political parties during recent presidential elections in Kenya, South Afr...

Are Electoral Coalitions Harmful for Democratic Consolidation in Africa?
von Resnick, Danielle
World Institute for Development Economics Research, United Nations University 2011.

...Electoral coalitions are becoming increasingly popular among opposition parties in Africa because they offer many advantages with respect to reducing party fragmentation and increasing incumbent turno...

The Benefits of Frame Resonance Disputes for Transnational Movements: The Case of Botswana's Central Kalahari Game Reserve
von Resnick, Danielle
In: Social Movement Studies, 8 (2009), 1, p. 55-72
Referenzen: 80

...Internal rifts over framing and tactics often hinder groups from mobilizing the degree of support and resources necessary to achieve their stated goals. As a result of disparities in political culture...

Continuity and change in Senegalese party politics: Lessons from the 2012 elections
von Resnick, Danielle
In: African Affairs, 112 (2013), 449, p. 623-645

...Senegal's 2012 presidential and legislative elections reaffirmed the country's longstanding reputation as one of Africa's most stable democracies. The elections also represented a critical juncture fo...

Urban Governance and Service Delivery in African Cities: The Role of Politics and Policies
von Resnick, Danielle
In: Development Policy Review, 32 (2014), s1, p. s3-s17

...This is an introduction to a special issue sponsored by UNU-WIDER focusing on key governance challenges related to addressing gaps in urban service delivery in sub-Saharan Africa. First, due to decent...

Urban Governance and Service Delivery in African Cities: The Role of Politics and Policies
von Resnick, Danielle
In: Development Policy Review, 32 (2014), s1

...This is an introduction to a special issue sponsored by UNU-WIDER focusing on key governance challenges related to addressing gaps in urban service delivery in sub-Saharan Africa. First, due to decent...

Strategies of Subversion in Vertically-Divided Contexts: Decentralisation and Urban Service Delivery in Senegal
von Resnick, Danielle
In: Development Policy Review, 32 (2014), s1

...Focusing on the case of Senegal under the former President, Abdoulaye Wade, this article examines the impact party politics has on service delivery in urban areas controlled by opposition parties. Sen...

The Middle Class and Democratic Consolidation in Zambia
von Resnick, Danielle
In: Journal of International Development, 27 (2015), 5

...Using Zambia's 2008 Governance Survey, this paper examines the relationship between class, political participation, trust and values. Three notable findings emerge. First, Zambia's middle class is les...

Personalistic policy-making in a vibrant democracy: Senegal's fragmented response to the 2007/08 food price crisis
von Resnick, Danielle
World Institute for Development Economics Research, United Nations University 2013.

...Since independence, Senegal has been highly reliant on international markets to meet its food needs, and this tendency has only increased with rapid levels of urbanization in recent decades. Poor dome...

Opposition Parties and the Urban Poor in African Democracies
von Resnick, Danielle
In: Comparative Political Studies, 45 (2012), 11, p. 1351-1378

...Africa's urban poor increasingly represent a key constituency for electoral mobilization. Opposition parties, which are pivotal for democratic consolidation, have nevertheless exhibited disparate succ...

In the shadow of the city: Africa's urban poor in opposition strongholds
von Resnick, Danielle
In: The Journal of Modern African Studies, 49 (2011), 1, p. 141-166

...Sub-Saharan Africa is the fastest urbanising region of the world. This demographic transformation has occurred in concert with two other trends in the region, nascent democratisation and stalled decen...

Do electoral coalitions facilitate democratic consolidation in Africa?
von Resnick, Danielle
In: Party Politics, 19 (2013), 5, p. 735-757

...In a region where democratization has led to a proliferation of opposition parties, pre-electoral coalitions represent an obvious means by which to reduce excessive party fragmentation in Africa. Howe...

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