The role of international institutions in promoting democracy: a brief literature review of recent studies (2010-2019) | O papel das instituições internacionais na promoção da democracia: uma breve revisão da literatura de trabalhos recentes (2010-2019)

Douglas Henrique Novelli, Alexsandro Eugenio Pereira

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This article aims to present a complex literature review of recent studies on the role of international institutions in democracy promotion. The articles analyzed were selected through a previous bibliometric study conducted on the Web of Science platform. Based on the considerations obtained through the literature raised, the main gaps and contradictions in the studies in question were identified, suggesting at the end a research agenda for future works.

Keywords: Democratization; International Institutions; Web of Science.

RESUMO

O presente artigo tem como objetivo apresentar uma revisão bibliográfica complexa de estudos recentes sobre o papel das instituições internacionais na promoção da democracia. Os artigos analisados foram selecionados com base em um estudo bibliométrico prévio, conduzido na plataforma Web Of Science. Partindo das considerações obtidas através da literatura levantada, são identificadas as principais lacunas existentes nos trabalhos em questão, sugerindo, ao final, uma agenda de pesquisa para trabalhos futuros.

Palavras-chave: Democratização; Instituições Internacionais; Web of Science.

 

Recebido em: 08 nov. 2019 | Aceito em: 24 jul. 2020.


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Democratization; International Institutions; Neo-Institutionalism.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.12957/rmi.2020.46544



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