My new book, Comparative Electoral Management, has now been published with Routledge.

Two chapters are now freely available for download and a (much cheaper!) ebook version is available too

The book aims to focus attention on the much understudied area of the implementation of elections. Electoral law is made in Parliament for the most part, but little is often said about running elections.

The book focuses on the following key questions:

– What is Electoral management? How should electoral management be studied? What do well run elections look like? Who runs elections (and what role is there for civil society and the international community)? How can Electoral management be improved

I will add a longer summary soon, but in the mean time, here is a Twitter thread summary:

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