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Pandemocracy in Europe. Power, Parliaments and People in Times of COVID-19

Pandemocracy in Europe. Power, Parliaments and People in Times of COVID-19

Muss die Demokratie konzeptionell als Pandemokratie neu gedacht werden? Hat die europäische Multi-Level-Governance die Mitgliedsstaaten in der Gesundheitskrise ausreichend unterstützt? Welche Rolle haben die Internetplattformen übernommen? Werden auch Demokratien unter Long-COVID leiden?

Mit diesen Fragen haben sich Prof. Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann und Konrad Lachmayer als Herausgeber des Sammelbandes Pandemocracy in Europe. Power, Parliaments and People in Times of COVID-19 gemeinsam mit einem Autorenteam aus ganz Europa beschäftigt. Das Buch konzentriert sich auf die Auswirkungen des Kampfes gegen COVID-19 auf die europäischen Demokratien in Zeiten der Pandemie mit Beiträgen, die Debatten in der Politikwissenschaft, den internationalen Beziehungen und dem Recht verbinden. 


Abstract
This open access book explains why a democratic reckoning will start when European societies win the fight against COVID-19.
Have democracies successfully mastered the challenges of the pandemic? How has the coronavirus impacted democratic principles, processes and values? At the heels of the worst public health crisis in living memory, this book shines an unforgiving light on the side-lining of parliaments, the ruling by governmental decrees and the disenfranchisement of the people in the name of fighting COVID-19.

Pandemocracy in Europe situates the dramatic impact of COVID-19, and the fight against the virus, on Europe's democracies. Throughout its 17 contributions the book sets the theoretical stage and answers the democratic questions engaged by health emergencies. Seven national case studies – UK, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Hungary, Switzerland, and France – show, each time with a pronounced focus on a particular element of democracy, how different states reacted to the pandemic. The book also shifts the analytical gaze beyond the nation state towards international settings, looking at the effects on the European Union and considering the impact on populist movements.

Bridging disciplines and uniting a stellar cast of scholars on democracy, rule of law and constitutionalism, the book provides contours and nuances to a year of debates in political science, international relations and law on the impact of the virus on democracies.
In times of uncertainty, Pandemocracy in Europe provides analysis and answers to the democratic challenges of the coronavirus.


Kettemann, M.C.; Lachmayer, K. (Hrgs.) (2021): Pandemocracy in Europe. Power, Parliaments and People in Times of COVID-19. Oxford: Hart Publishing.

Pandemocracy in Europe. Power, Parliaments and People in Times of COVID-19

Muss die Demokratie konzeptionell als Pandemokratie neu gedacht werden? Hat die europäische Multi-Level-Governance die Mitgliedsstaaten in der Gesundheitskrise ausreichend unterstützt? Welche Rolle haben die Internetplattformen übernommen? Werden auch Demokratien unter Long-COVID leiden?

Mit diesen Fragen haben sich Prof. Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann und Konrad Lachmayer als Herausgeber des Sammelbandes Pandemocracy in Europe. Power, Parliaments and People in Times of COVID-19 gemeinsam mit einem Autorenteam aus ganz Europa beschäftigt. Das Buch konzentriert sich auf die Auswirkungen des Kampfes gegen COVID-19 auf die europäischen Demokratien in Zeiten der Pandemie mit Beiträgen, die Debatten in der Politikwissenschaft, den internationalen Beziehungen und dem Recht verbinden. 


Abstract
This open access book explains why a democratic reckoning will start when European societies win the fight against COVID-19.
Have democracies successfully mastered the challenges of the pandemic? How has the coronavirus impacted democratic principles, processes and values? At the heels of the worst public health crisis in living memory, this book shines an unforgiving light on the side-lining of parliaments, the ruling by governmental decrees and the disenfranchisement of the people in the name of fighting COVID-19.

Pandemocracy in Europe situates the dramatic impact of COVID-19, and the fight against the virus, on Europe's democracies. Throughout its 17 contributions the book sets the theoretical stage and answers the democratic questions engaged by health emergencies. Seven national case studies – UK, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Hungary, Switzerland, and France – show, each time with a pronounced focus on a particular element of democracy, how different states reacted to the pandemic. The book also shifts the analytical gaze beyond the nation state towards international settings, looking at the effects on the European Union and considering the impact on populist movements.

Bridging disciplines and uniting a stellar cast of scholars on democracy, rule of law and constitutionalism, the book provides contours and nuances to a year of debates in political science, international relations and law on the impact of the virus on democracies.
In times of uncertainty, Pandemocracy in Europe provides analysis and answers to the democratic challenges of the coronavirus.


Kettemann, M.C.; Lachmayer, K. (Hrgs.) (2021): Pandemocracy in Europe. Power, Parliaments and People in Times of COVID-19. Oxford: Hart Publishing.

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