Videos

2017

Policy Dialogue Day 2017: Intro by Pam Fredman and Annika Söder

Policy Dialogue Day 2017: Keynote Speaker Richard Youngs

Policy Dialogue Day 2017: V-Dem Annual Report 2017 by Prof. Staffan I. Lindberg

Policy Dialogue Day 2017: World Development Report 2017 by David Bulman

 

2016

Professor Ellen Lust "Vote for a Woman? Sometimes! Gender, Religiosity and Voting" 

Professor Michael Bernhard "How to Invest in a Democratic Future: Build Party Systems and Civil Society" 

Professor Ellent Lust "We Dont Need No Education Demand Driven Outcomes" 

Caroline van Ham "Civil War Behind Increased Election Violence During Democratization" 

Professor Carl Henrik Knutsen "Economic Development Leads to Clean Elections" 

Professor Kelly McMann "The Challenge of Authoritarian Enclaves" 

 

Assistant Professor Yi-ting Wang "A Healthier Approach to Democracy" 

 

Aksel Sundström "No Democratic Transition without Womens Rights"

Valeriya Mechkova "Cheaters: Inequality Increases Electoral Fraud"

 

Michael Bernhard "The Democratizing Effect of Elections" 

 

Associate Professor Jeffrey Staton "Rule of Law Violations and Democratic Regime Survival"

 

Eitan Tzelgov "Right-Wing Parties are More Clientelistic"

 

Professor Jan Teorell "Corruption in the World Peaked Around 2000" 

 

Professor Michael Coppedge "Varieties of Democratic Diffusion: Colonial Networks"

V-Dem Policy Conference "Supporting Democracy – How?". Gothenburg May 28, 2015. V-Dem presented the implications of the first V-Dem results based on 15mln data points from 173 countries, 1900-2012/14. At this conference, the first round of cutting-edge V-Dem research were presented from a policy perspective. The first full dataset made it possible to provide answers to critical questions within the area of democracy support, and on issues such as the effects of democracy on health, poverty, freedoms and overall development.

Professor Staffan I. Lindberg "Vote Buying is a Good Sign" 

V-Dem Policy Conference "Supporting Democracy – How?". Gothenburg May 28, 2015. V-Dem presented the implications of the first V-Dem results based on 15mln data points from 173 countries, 1900-2012/14. At this conference, the first round of cutting-edge V-Dem research were presented from a policy perspective. The first full dataset made it possible to provide answers to critical questions within the area of democracy support, and on issues such as the effects of democracy on health, poverty, freedoms and overall development.

 

V-Dem Presentation at FORDI

Published on Feb 6, 2014. Professor Staffan I. Lindberg presented V-Dem at FORDI (Forum for Rights and Diversity), Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

V-Dem Presentation Part 2

 

V-Dem Presentation Part 1