June 9, 2008

Judicial Design and Election Disputes: Lessons from Armenia and Georgia

On June 9, 2008 CRRC-Armenia hold a lecture-discussion "Judicial Design and Election Disputes: Lessons from Armenia and Georgia" conducted by Bryon J. Moraski, whose research focuses on the relationship between political institutions and political behavior.

This focus incorporates questions on strategic relations between branches of government, the politics of institutional choice, and the influence of short-term electoral incentives on the prospects for democratic consolidation. Currently he is conducting research on the role the judiciary has played in post-Soviet election disputes, including those in Armenia and Georgia. During the lecture Dr. Moraski shared some preliminary thoughts on cross-country learning processes.

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