Adler, P. S., Adly, A., Armanios, D. E., Battilana, J., Bodrožić, Z., […], Gümüşay, A. A., et al. |
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Journal of Management Inquiry, 32(1), 3–20 |
Academic articles |
To the surprise of many in the West, the fall of the USSR in 1991 did not lead to the adoption of liberal democratic government around the world and the much anticipated “end of history.” In fact, authoritarianism has made a comeback, and liberal democracy has been on the retreat for at least the last 15 years culminating in the unthinkable: the invasion of a democratic European country by an authoritarian regime.