Electoral Management Bodies as Institutions of Governance

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This paper is a policy study based on preliminary research in the new field of electoral institutions and administration. It assesses the operation of ad hoc and temporary EMBs in comparison with permanent independent electoral bodies. It highlights issues of institutional capacity-building at both the level of operations management and that of political representation. (Source: Introduction)

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English
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2000
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Rafael López-Pintor
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UNDP
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This paper presents two major arguments about electoral management bodies (EMBs) and analyzes figures from 49 countries presenting a number of lessons learned from trends in electoral administration and national experiences with cost-saving measures. This research included extensive documentary examinations of legislation,
field reports and news material, as well as existing academic literature. (Source: Introduction)

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