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Dan Slater

Associate Professor of Political Science
University of Chicago

“Democracy without Accountability:  Party Powersharing and Executive Domineering in Indonesia”

Tuesday, December 7, 2010
12:30 pm – C103 Hesburgh Center

Dan Slater (PhD, Emory University) explores the social and historical foundations of political order and accountability in his research, with a particular focus on Southeast Asian politics. His current work examines the challenges of imposing effective accountability on political elites in new democracies.




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