alexa Small Is Democratic, But Who Is Small?

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Small Is Democratic, But Who Is Small?

Several studies indicate a significant correlation between small states and democracy, smallness usu ally being defined in ter ms of microstates with populations of less than one million. However, no convincing model has emerged so f ar of the mechan isms that serve to transform smallness into democratic conduct. This is probably in part a consequence of the negligence of the fact th at the smallness - democracy relation is within the microstate camp time - dependent as well threshold - dependent. A mechanica l application of the conventional microstate criteria therefore appears a somewhat doubtful method to achieve an u nderstanding of the true impact of smallness.

 
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