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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Viktor Halazyi
Comparative Analysis of Determinats of Efficiency in Modern Authoritarian Regimes
Political Science
(Bachelor’s programme)
7
2017
This work is devoted to the identification of regularities, similarities and differences in how the factors of efficiency are manifested in modern authoritarian regimes.

The main question posed before the research is how are the manifestations of key efficiency factors in modern authoritarian regimes depending on the region and cultural implication different and similar?

In the course of the study, we formed a set of five optimal (for authoritarian regime) factors of efficiency, and five indicators to give them some Quantitative values.

For each indicator we determinate a calculation technique, which eventually allowed to unify the indications for the convenience of their correct comparison and calculation of the complex quantity, which we called the Efficiency Level. In the course of the study, thirty-four states, included in four large-scale cultural and geographical groups, were examined. For each of the modes, the values of efficiency factors were calculated and compared, with the large-scale involvement of the results of major international research from different authorial collectives.

The data obtained on the basis of the results of the study made it possible to identify a number of patterns that could reflect both global and local trends in the development of authoritarianism in the 21st century.

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