Forum Research Council
Research Council News
Dec 5, 2013
As featured in the November 2013 issue of Democracy Research News, Andreas Schedler published two working papers on "Emerging Trends in the Study of Authoritarianism" and "Mexico's Civil War Democracy" through the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, A.C. (Mexico).
NOV 7, 2013
Donald Horowitz gave the 10th Annual Seymour Martin Lipset Lecture on Democracy in the World on "Ethnic Power-Sharing and Democracy: Three Big Problems" at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC. ::MORE
OCT 23, 2013
About the Research Council of the International Forum for Democratic Studies
The Forum Research Council is a group of approximately 80 scholars and specialists recognized for their outstanding work and expertise on democracy and democratization. It includes experts specializing in particular regions and countries, as well as scholars who study broader, comparative issues. Research Council members represent a wide range of theoretical and intellectual perspectives, reflecting the diversity in the field of democracy studies.
Research Council members participate in Forum activities by:
- Providing intellectual input on research topics
- Participating in Forum panel presentations, working groups, and roundtable discussions
- Contributing articles to the Forum’s Journal of Democracy and other Forum publications
- Building organizational partnerships with the Forum to conduct joint conferences and research projects
See a list of Research Council members and learn more about individual members and their participation in Forum activities.