Danijela Dolenec

Danijela Dolenec researches democratisation and the political economy of Europe. Her book Democratic Institutions and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Europe won the 2013 National Science Award in Croatia. Her recent work includes ‘Exploring Commons Theory for Principles of a Socialist Governmentality’ (Review of Radical Political Economics 2016, with Žitko) and ‘Democratization in the Balkans: The Limits of Elite Driven Reform’ (Taiwan Journal of Democracy, forthcoming).


The Green-Left Future of Europe: A View from the Periphery

Truly tackling the 21st century's biggest challenges demands a re-made EU which ties urgent action on climate change with a social justice agenda.

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The Unhappy Marriage of Capitalism and Democracy at the Root of Europe’s Crisis

The Left must put the question of capitalism squarely on the table.

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What Kind of Degrowth: the Case of Croatia Reconsidered

Looking beyond (de)growth, what sort of economic and political changes are required in Croatia to bring about both an equitable and sustainable economy?

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