Vilde Lunnan Djuve

Postdoctoral Fellow - Institutt for Statsvitenskap
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Mobile phone +47 48055639
Visiting address Gullhaug torg 1 0484 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1097 Blindern 0317 Oslo

Academic interests

Regime change, the role of incumbents in regime transitions, autocratization, economic causes and consequences of regime breakdown, mass protest, political institutions, types of autocracy and their consequences, quantitative methods, causal inference using observational data. 

I am part of the projects Policies of Democracies (PoD) and the Emergence, Life and Demise of Autocratic Regimes (ELDAR)


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Courses taught

I have taught comparative politics and causes of regime breakdown at Aarhus University, as well as STV1020, STV4020A, STV1000, STV2300, and STV2340 at UiO. 


2021 - PhD in Political Science, Aarhus University

2016 - MA in Political Science, University of Oslo

Tags: Autocracy, regime breakdown, democratization, autocratization, comparative politics, causes of breakdown, Quantitative methods


  • Djuve, Vilde Lunnan; Knutsen, Carl Henrik & Wig, Tore (2019). Patterns of regime breakdown since the French revolution. Comparative Political Studies. ISSN 0010-4140. p. 1–36. doi: 10.1177/0010414019879953. Full text in Research Archive

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  • Djuve, Vilde Lunnan (2021). Regime Transitions Revisited: Concepts, Correlates, and Incumbent-led Processes (PhD Thesis). Forlaget Politica.
  • Djuve, Vilde Lunnan; Knutsen, Carl Henrik & Wig, Tore (2020). Are we on the cusp of a global wave of regime change? Political Violence @ A Glance: Expert Analysis on Violence and Its Alternatives.
  • Djuve, Vilde Lunnan; Knutsen, Carl Henrik & Wig, Tore (2019). Ingen regimer varer evig. VG : Verdens gang. ISSN 0805-5203.
  • Djuve, Vilde Lunnan (2018). Understanding the Causes and Consequences of Political Regime Instability. APSA -- Comparative Democratization Newsletter.

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