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Volume 172, issue 3, 2017

In memoriam: Gebhard Kirchgässner (April 15, 1948–April 1, 2017) pp. 305-310 Downloads
Lars Feld
Newspapers and political accountability: evidence from Japan pp. 311-331 Downloads
Yukihiro Yazaki
Lobbying, political connections and emergency lending by the Federal Reserve pp. 333-358 Downloads
Benjamin M. Blau
Unpacking pivotal politics: exploring the differential effects of the filibuster and veto pivots pp. 359-376 Downloads
Thomas R. Gray and Jeffery A. Jenkins
Over-incarceration and disenfranchisement pp. 377-395 Downloads
Murat C. Mungan
Erratum to: Over-incarceration and disenfranchisement pp. 397-397 Downloads
Murat C. Mungan
Condemning corruption while condoning inefficiency: an experimental investigation into voting behavior pp. 399-419 Downloads
Paulo Arvate and Sergio Mittlaender
The ballot order effect is huge: evidence from Texas pp. 421-442 Downloads
Darren Grant
The political economy of churches in Denmark, 1300–2015 pp. 443-463 Downloads
Ella Paldam and Martin Paldam
Risk aversion and bandwagon effect in the pivotal voter model pp. 465-482 Downloads
Alberto Grillo
More politicians, more corruption: evidence from Swedish municipalities pp. 483-500 Downloads
Andreas Bergh, Günther Fink and Richard Öhrvall
Mystifying but not misleading: when does political ambiguity not confuse voters? pp. 501-524 Downloads
Maarten C. W. Janssen and Mariya Teteryatnikova
Vetoing and inaugurating policy like others do: evidence on spatial interactions in voter initiatives pp. 525-544 Downloads
Zareh Asatryan, Annika Havlik and Frank Streif
Walter Scheidel: The great leveler: violence and the history of inequality from the stone age to the twenty-first century pp. 545-548 Downloads
Mark Koyama
Jared Rubin: Rulers, religion, and riches: Why the West got rich and the Middle East did not? pp. 549-552 Downloads
Mark Koyama

Volume 172, issue 1, 2017

Quadratic voting and the public good: introduction pp. 1-22 Downloads
Eric A. Posner and E. Glen Weyl
Economists’ interest in collective decision after World War II: a history pp. 23-44 Downloads
Beatrice Cherrier and Jean-Baptiste Fleury
Efficient collective decision-making, marginal cost pricing, and quadratic voting pp. 45-73 Downloads
Nicolaus Tideman and Florenz Plassmann
The robustness of quadratic voting pp. 75-107 Downloads
E. Glen Weyl
Uncertainty, polarization, and proposal incentives under quadratic voting pp. 109-124 Downloads
John W. Patty and Elizabeth Maggie Penn
Who will vote quadratically? Voter turnout and votes cast under quadratic voting pp. 125-149 Downloads
Louis Kaplow and Scott Kominers
Towards secure quadratic voting pp. 151-175 Downloads
Sunoo Park and Ronald L. Rivest
Quadratic voting as an input to cost-benefit analysis pp. 177-193 Downloads
Jonathan S. Masur
Ethical considerations on quadratic voting pp. 195-222 Downloads
Ben Laurence and Itai Sher
Equality, legitimacy, interests, and preferences: historical notes on Quadratic Voting in a political context pp. 223-232 Downloads
Josiah Ober
The relationship between the normalized gradient addition mechanism and quadratic voting pp. 233-263 Downloads
Daniel Benjamin, Ori Heffetz, Miles Kimball and Derek Lougee
Quadratic election law pp. 265-282 Downloads
Eric A. Posner and Nicholas O. Stephanopoulos
Quadratic voting in the wild: real people, real votes pp. 283-303 Downloads
David Quarfoot, Douglas Kohorn, Kevin Slavin, Rory Sutherland, David Goldstein and Ellen Konar

Volume 171, issue 3, 2017

The scientific status of geometric models of choice and similarities judgment pp. 245-256 Downloads
Keith T. Poole
Political selection under alternative electoral rules pp. 257-281 Downloads
Vincenzo Galasso and Tommaso Nannicini
Free riders: the economics and organization of outlaw motorcycle gangs pp. 283-301 Downloads
Ennio Emanuele Piano
Are marginals different? Evidence from British elections 1950–2015 pp. 303-321 Downloads
Caladan Barkovic-Parsons, Robert Hodgson and John Maloney
Are two better than one? A note pp. 323-329 Downloads
Ruth Ben-Yashar and Shmuel Nitzan
Can extreme rainfall trigger democratic change? The role of flood-induced corruption pp. 331-358 Downloads
Muhammad Habibur Rahman, Nejat Anbarci, Prasad Bhattacharya and Mehmet Ulubasoglu
Decentralization and the duration of fiscal consolidation: shifting the burden across layers of government pp. 359-387 Downloads
Dirk Foremny, Agnese Sacchi and Simone Salotti
Does emigration reduce corruption? pp. 389-408 Downloads
Artjoms Ivlevs and Roswitha M. King
Strategic gerontocracy: why nondemocratic systems produce older leaders pp. 409-427 Downloads
Raul Magni Berton and Sophie Panel
Cass R. Sunstein: The ethics of influence: government in the age of behavioral science pp. 429-432 Downloads
Michael David Thomas

Volume 170, issue 3, 2017

Provoking insurgency in a federal state: theory and application to India pp. 183-210 Downloads
Jean-Paul Azam and Kartika Bhatia
On the political economy of national tax revenue forecasts: evidence from OECD countries pp. 211-230 Downloads
Beate Jochimsen and Robert Lehmann
Using equations from power indices to analyze figure skating teams pp. 231-251 Downloads
Diana Cheng and Peter Coughlin
Minor candidates as kingmakers pp. 253-263 Downloads
Akifumi Ishihara and Shintaro Miura
The effect of school district and municipal government financial health information on local tax election outcomes: evidence from fiscal stress labels in Ohio pp. 265-288 Downloads
Paul N. Thompson and Joseph Whitley
Unraveling short- and farsightedness in politics pp. 289-321 Downloads
Hans Gersbach and Oriana Ponta
Per L. Bylund: The seen, the unseen, and the unrealized: how regulations affect our everyday lives pp. 323-325 Downloads
David S. Lucas
Mark Zachary Taylor, The politics of innovation: why some countries are better than others at science and technology pp. 327-329 Downloads
Per Bylund

Volume 170, issue 1, 2017

Do European fiscal rules induce a bias in fiscal forecasts? Evidence from the Stability and Growth Pact pp. 1-32 Downloads
Niels Gilbert and Jasper De Jong
Multiparty government and economic policy-making pp. 33-62 Downloads
Hanna Bäck, Wolfgang C. Müller and Benjamin Nyblade
The political economy of wage and price controls: evidence from the Nixon tapes pp. 63-78 Downloads
Burton Abrams and James Butkiewicz
Incumbent-challenger and open-seat elections in a spatial model of political competition pp. 79-97 Downloads
Paul Redmond
Paths to victory in presidential elections: the setup power of noncompetitive states pp. 99-113 Downloads
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
Inequality, extractive institutions, and growth in nondemocratic regimes pp. 115-142 Downloads
Nobuhiro Mizuno, Katsuyuki Naito and Ryosuke Okazawa
Voters’ responsiveness to public employment policies pp. 143-169 Downloads
Marta Curto-Grau
Jason Brennan, against democracy pp. 171-173 Downloads
Alexander William Salter
Branko Milanovic: Global inequality: a new approach for the age of globalization pp. 175-176 Downloads
Robert A. Lawson
Erratum to: Locating foreign aid commitments in response to political violence pp. 177-180 Downloads
Paul Bezerra and Alex Braithwaite
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