Doctoral StudentDepartment of Political
About Marcus Tannenberg
PhD student at the Department of Political Science and the Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) Institute since the autumn 2015.
Corruption, democratization, censorship, middle class, political economy and development.
In my dissertation I focus on citizen-state interactions under authoritarian rule. Including strategies for legitimizing autocratic systems, accountability in the absence of democratic institutions and the responsiveness and repressiveness of the state.
Self-censorship of regime support in authoritarian states: Evidence from list experiments in
D. Robinson, Marcus Tannenberg
Research & Politics - 2019-01-01
Self-Censorship in Authoritarian States: Response bias in measures of popular support in
Darrel Robinson, Marcus Tannenberg
Regimes of the world (RoW): Opening new avenues for the comparative study of political
The Autocratic Trust Bias: Politically Sensitive Survey Items and
Regimes In the World (RIW): A Robust Regime Type Measure based on