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Benjamin Fomba Kamga, Dieu Ne Dort Talla Kokam and Tii N. Nchofoung
''Social media and political instability: some empirical evidence''
( 2021, Vol. 41 No.2 )
We used a pooled cross-sectional time-series model with generalized least squares random-effects estimator to show that social media have a positive effect on political instability. The effect of social media on political instability is stronger and statistically significant for developing countries compared to developed countries where this effect is weak and statistically non-significant.
Keywords: Social media, Political instability, Facebook
JEL: D7 - Analysis of Collective Decision-Making: General
D1 - Household Behavior: General
Manuscript Received : Jan 07 2021 Manuscript Accepted : Apr 09 2021

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