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<blockquote><p>The Democracy Ranking is an annual ranking of all democracies (country-based democracies) in the world by focusing on the Quality of Democracy in an international perspective. The Democracy Ranking publishes the ranking scores and displays ranking score increases or decreases over time. The Democracy Ranking is a ranking of the Quality of Democracy in the sense that the ranking scores should reflect a ranking of democracies according to their differing qualities; and the Democracy Ranking is a ranking for the Quality of Democracy, because it wants to contribute conceptually to how democracy quality may be measured as well as wants to support the awareness how important democracy quality is for the further development, reform and enhancement of democracies.</p>
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<blockquote>The Democracy Ranking is an annual ranking of all democracies (country-based democracies) in the world by focusing on the Quality of Democracy in an international perspective. The Democracy Ranking publishes the ranking scores and displays ranking score increases or decreases over time. The Democracy Ranking is a ranking of the Quality of Democracy in the sense that the ranking scores should reflect a ranking of democracies according to their differing qualities; and the Democracy Ranking is a ranking for the Quality of Democracy, because it wants to contribute conceptually to how democracy quality may be measured as well as wants to support the awareness how important democracy quality is for the further development, reform and enhancement of democracies.
  
<p>The ranking designs a multidimensional conceptual approach, integrating the political and non-political dimensions of society, and is furthermore carried by a broader theoretical understanding of democracy. Conceptual references are the "Feasibility Study for a Quality Ranking of Democracies" (edited by Campbell and , 2002) and "The Basic Concept for the Democracy Ranking of the Quality of Democracy" (Campbell, 2008).</p>
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The ranking designs a multidimensional conceptual approach, integrating the political and non-political dimensions of society, and is furthermore carried by a broader theoretical understanding of democracy. Conceptual references are the "Feasibility Study for a Quality Ranking of Democracies" (edited by Campbell and S�k�sd, 2002) and "The Basic Concept for the Democracy Ranking of the Quality of Democracy" (Campbell, 2008).
  
<p>The Democracy Ranking applies the following conceptual formula:
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The Democracy Ranking applies the following conceptual formula:
Quality of Democracy = (freedom & other characteristics of the political system) & (performance of the non-political dimensions). The non-political dimensions are: gender, economy, knowledge, health, and the environment.</p></blockquote>
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Quality of Democracy = (freedom & other characteristics of the political system) & (performance of the non-political dimensions). The non-political dimensions are: gender, economy, knowledge, health, and the environment.</blockquote>
  
  

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The Democracy Ranking is an annual ranking of all democracies (country-based democracies) in the world by focusing on the Quality of Democracy in an international perspective. The Democracy Ranking publishes the ranking scores and displays ranking score increases or decreases over time. The Democracy Ranking is a ranking of the Quality of Democracy in the sense that the ranking scores should reflect a ranking of democracies according to their differing qualities; and the Democracy Ranking is a ranking for the Quality of Democracy, because it wants to contribute conceptually to how democracy quality may be measured as well as wants to support the awareness how important democracy quality is for the further development, reform and enhancement of democracies.

The ranking designs a multidimensional conceptual approach, integrating the political and non-political dimensions of society, and is furthermore carried by a broader theoretical understanding of democracy. Conceptual references are the "Feasibility Study for a Quality Ranking of Democracies" (edited by Campbell and S�k�sd, 2002) and "The Basic Concept for the Democracy Ranking of the Quality of Democracy" (Campbell, 2008).

The Democracy Ranking applies the following conceptual formula:

Quality of Democracy = (freedom & other characteristics of the political system) & (performance of the non-political dimensions). The non-political dimensions are: gender, economy, knowledge, health, and the environment.