The Two Faces of Institutional InnovationDOI: 10.4337/9781786436658.00007 View full text
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Abstract: 1. The two sides of institutional innovation FROM THE BUREAUCRATIC STATE TO STATE INNOVATION Democratic innovation is a change in course in terms of classical democratic theory. Classical democratic theory did not value democracy for its capacity to innovate (Downs, 1957; Sartori, 1980; Schumpeter, 1942). Many classical scholars approached democracy formation only from the perspective of its relationship with the formation of political will. In the field of classical democratic theory, government has been seen…

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