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Volume 177, issue 3, 2018

Public choice as positive economics. Introduction to the special issue honoring Francesco Forte pp. 189-197 Downloads
Silvia Fedeli
Constitutional political economy, democratic theory and institutional design pp. 199-216 Downloads
Georg Vanberg
An economic theory of a hybrid (competitive authoritarian or illiberal) regime pp. 217-233 Downloads
Ronald Wintrobe
Coercion and equity with centralization of government: how the unification of Italy impacted the southern regions pp. 235-264 Downloads
Giorgio Brosio
Bureaucratic institutional design: the case of the Italian NHS pp. 265-285 Downloads
Silvia Fedeli, Leone Leonida and Michele Santoni
Public debt stabilization: the relevance of policymakers’ time horizons pp. 287-299 Downloads
Giovanni Di Bartolomeo, Marco Di Pietro, Enrico Saltari and Willi Semmler
Introduction to welfare economics pp. 301-317 Downloads
Francesco Forte

Volume 177, issue 1, 2018

Overlapping political budget cycles pp. 1-27 Downloads
Dirk Foremny, Ronny Freier, Marc-Daniel Moessinger and Mustafa Yeter
Bargaining and the effectiveness of economic development incentives: an evaluation of the Texas chapter 313 program pp. 29-51 Downloads
Nathan M. Jensen
Complete information pivotal-voter model with asymmetric group size pp. 53-66 Downloads
Christos Mavridis and Marco Serena
Fast, frugal and correct? An experimental study on the influence of time scarcity and quantity of information on the voter decision making process pp. 67-86 Downloads
Michal Tóth and Roman Chytilek
Rank effects in political promotions pp. 87-109 Downloads
Jaakko Meriläinen and Janne Tukiainen
Does corruption throw sand into or grease the wheels of financial sector development? pp. 111-133 Downloads
Arusha Cooray and Friedrich Schneider
A capture theory of committees pp. 135-154 Downloads
Alvaro J. Name-Correa and Huseyin Yildirim
The effect of democratic decision-making on investment in reputation pp. 155-164 Downloads
Ruth Ben-Yashar, Miriam Krausz and Shmuel Nitzan
Arm your friends and save on defense? The impact of arms exports on military expenditures pp. 165-187 Downloads
Oliver Pamp, Florian Dendorfer and Paul W. Thurner

Volume 176, issue 3, 2018

Candidate valence in a spatial model with entry pp. 341-359 Downloads
Dimitrios Xefteris
Who does better for the economy? Presidents versus parliamentary democracies pp. 361-387 Downloads
Richard McManus and F. Gulcin Ozkan
Extreme idealism and equilibrium in the Hotelling–Downs model of political competition pp. 389-403 Downloads
David Ronayne
Place of registration and place of residence: the non-linear detrimental impact of transportation cost on electoral participation pp. 405-440 Downloads
Christine Fauvelle-Aymar and Abel François
Spoiler effects in proportional representation systems: evidence from eight Polish parliamentary elections, 1991–2015 pp. 441-460 Downloads
Marek M. Kaminski
A mixed-utility theory of vote choice regret pp. 461-478 Downloads
Damien Bol, André Blais and Jean-François Laslier
The lightship in economics pp. 479-506 Downloads
Rosolino A. Candela and Vincent J. Geloso
Court-ordered redistricting and the law of 1/n pp. 507-528 Downloads
Dongwon Lee and Sangwon Park
Money as meta-rule: Buchanan’s constitutional economics as a foundation for monetary stability pp. 529-555 Downloads
Peter Boettke, Alexander W. Salter and Daniel J. Smith
The Shapley value analyzed under the Felsenthal and Machover bargaining model pp. 557-565 Downloads
Giulia Bernardi and Josep Freixas
Peter Bernholz: Totalitarianism, Terrorism and Supreme Values: History and Theory pp. 567-571 Downloads
Arye L. Hillman
Correction to: Policy-specific alienation and indifference in the calculus of voting: a simultaneous model of party choice and abstention pp. 573-573 Downloads
Paul W. Thurner and Angelika Eymann

Volume 176, issue 1, 2018

Introduction to the issue in honor of Keith T. Poole pp. 1-5 Downloads
Howard Rosenthal
37 years with Keith T. Poole pp. 7-15 Downloads
Howard Rosenthal
The new preserving and continuing Keith Poole’s infrastructure for scholars, students and observers of Congress pp. 17-32 Downloads
Adam Boche, Jeffrey B. Lewis, Aaron Rudkin and Luke Sonnet
A two-dimensional analysis of seventy years of United Nations voting pp. 33-55 Downloads
Michael A. Bailey and Erik Voeten
What Ordered Optimal Classification reveals about ideological structure, cleavages, and polarization in the American mass public pp. 57-78 Downloads
Christopher Hare, Tzu-Ping Liu and Robert N. Lupton
Saying versus doing: a new donation method for measuring ideal points pp. 79-106 Downloads
Nicholas Haas and Rebecca B. Morton
Southern realignment, party sorting, and the polarization of American primary electorates, 1958–2012 pp. 107-132 Downloads
Seth J. Hill and Chris Tausanovitch
The ideological nationalization of partisan subconstituencies in the American States pp. 133-151 Downloads
Devin Caughey, James Dunham and Christopher Warshaw
Dynamic estimation of ideal points for the US Congress pp. 153-174 Downloads
Brandon Marshall and Michael Peress
Candidate ideology and electoral success in congressional elections pp. 175-192 Downloads
Jamie L. Carson and Ryan D. Williamson
Polarized preferences versus polarizing policies pp. 193-210 Downloads
Sanford C. Gordon and Dimitri Landa
Is there a selection bias in roll call votes? Evidence from the European Parliament pp. 211-228 Downloads
Simon Hix, Abdul Noury and Gerard Roland
Dynamic ideal point estimation for the European Parliament, 1980–2009 pp. 229-246 Downloads
James Lo
Polarization and ideological congruence between parties and supporters in Europe pp. 247-265 Downloads
Royce Carroll and Hiroki Kubo
Multidimensional incongruence and vote switching in Europe pp. 267-296 Downloads
Ryan Bakker, Seth Jolly and Jonathan Polk
External validation of voter turnout models by concealed parameter recovery pp. 297-314 Downloads
Antonio Merlo and Thomas R. Palfrey
The problem of polarization pp. 315-340 Downloads
Robert Grafstein

Volume 175, issue 3, 2018

Rules versus authorities pp. 219-228 Downloads
Marianne Johnson
Intellectual foundations of public choice, the forest from the trees pp. 229-244 Downloads
Roger Congleton
Public choice and political science: a view from Europe pp. 245-257 Downloads
Peter Kurrild-Klitgaard
Distributive politics and congressional voting: public lands reform in the Jacksonian era pp. 259-275 Downloads
Sean Gailmard and Jeffery A. Jenkins
Profiling giants: the networks and influence of Buchanan and Tullock pp. 277-302 Downloads
Etienne Farvaque and Frederic Gannon
Shades of red and blue: government ideology and sustainable development pp. 303-323 Downloads
Toke S. Aidt, Vitor Castro and Rodrigo Martins
Political realism and models of the state: Antonio de Viti de Marco and the origins of public choice pp. 325-345 Downloads
Michele Giuranno and Manuela Mosca
Getting the message across: evaluating think tank influence in Congress pp. 347-366 Downloads
Joshua Y. Lerner
Government fragmentation and fiscal deficits: a regression discontinuity approach pp. 367-391 Downloads
Joaquín Artés and Ignacio Jurado
The resource curse literature as seen through the appropriability lens: a critical survey pp. 393-428 Downloads
Mehrdad Vahabi

Volume 175, issue 1, 2018

Cost disease in defense and public administration: Baumol and politics pp. 1-18 Downloads
Lars-Erik Borge, Kjetil Hatlebakk Hove, Tobias Lillekvelland and Per Tovmo
Supermajority rule, the law of 1/n, and government spending: a synthesis pp. 19-36 Downloads
Paul Pecorino
The unpopularity of incentive-based instruments: what improves the cost–benefit ratio? pp. 37-62 Downloads
Isabelle Stadelmann-Steffen and Clau Dermont
Youth bulges, insurrections and labor-market restrictions pp. 63-93 Downloads
Thomas Apolte and Lena Gerling
Self-imposition of public oversight pp. 95-109 Downloads
Mark Gradstein
How defense shapes the institutional organization of states pp. 111-134 Downloads
Fabio Padovano and Yvon Rocaboy
The political affiliation effect on state credit risk pp. 135-154 Downloads
Darío Cestau
The effect of valence and ideology in campaign conversion: panel evidence from three Spanish general elections pp. 155-179 Downloads
Enrique García-Viñuela, Ignacio Jurado and Pedro Riera
Protest and property crime: political use of police resources and the deterrence of crime pp. 181-196 Downloads
Jaewook Byeon, Iljoong Kim and Dongwon Lee
Logrolling under fragmented authoritarianism: theory and evidence from China pp. 197-214 Downloads
Mario Gilli, Yuan Li and Jiwei Qian
Roger Koppl: Expert failure pp. 215-217 Downloads
Alexander Salter
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