Edited by Stephen Elstub and Oliver Escobar
Does the decline of political trust matter? We observe a global trend subject to different patterns of change across nation states with a general tendency to undermine collective problem-solving capability. Bridging the trust divide requires a combination of reforms to the representative system of government bolstered by participatory democratic innovations. It’s the mix that matters.
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