Analysing Complex Political Dynamic by Applying the Concept of Regime Change
Christian Ploberger

The paper highlights the critical relevance of the concept of regime change in analysing complex, incremental change. Regime as applied in this paper refers to the middle level of cohesion in the political economy of a state, the formal or informal organisation at the centre of political power. The overall focus is on the occurrence and dynamic of complex political change: Why it happens; what are the drivers for incremental political change. It is argued that regime change,with its focus on the change within the political economy of a country is an undervalued concept for addressing and evaluating complex, political change.

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