Designing Democracy: Constitutional Design for Democratic Governance
Course Description: Examining the rich variety of ways in which democracies are designed across the globe. Relying on both theoretical and empirical perspectives, surveying the different rules for governance and representation, and their advantages and disadvantages for various, and often competing, goals, such as accountability, corruption, political violence, and economic development.
CID Category: Creativity
College: Family, Home, and Social Sciences
Prerequisites: Poli 150, Poli 250.