Political Entrepreneurs and the Evolution of Democracy



The final chapter of the book takes a look into the future of political entrepreneurship: what’s next? Will some of the ideas be applied by political intrapreneurs in traditional parties? How will the political party of the future look like? What does “an offline strategy to save democracy” mean in practice? And what is required to help centrist political start-ups win the race against their populist foes? The chapter proposes actions in three areas: empowering political entrepreneurs on all levels, building an institutional base, and furthering the understanding of political entrepreneurship.


Political Entrepreneurship Traditional Party FPTP Systems Mold Gap High Electoral Volatility 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.NEOS LabViennaAustria

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