14 March, 2013
- Presented by:
- The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
- Professor Pippa Norris, ARC Laureate Fellow and Professor of Government and International Relations.
Vote-rigging, bribery, coercion, voter suppression, ballot-stuffing and fraud mean that too often elections fail. How common are these problems worldwide? Why do they arise? And what can be done about them?
- 59 mins
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