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Volume 35, issue 4, 2023

(Not) Addressing issues in electoral campaigns pp. 259-291 Downloads
Salvador Barberà and Anke Gerber
Decentralized legislative oversight of bureaucratic policy making pp. 292-309 Downloads
Janna King, Sean Gailmard and Abby Wood
Zone defense: Why liberal cities build too few homes pp. 310-323 Downloads
Joseph T. Ornstein

Volume 35, issue 3, 2023

Bayesian explanations for persuasion pp. 147-181 Downloads
Andrew T Little
Talking to the enemy: Explaining the emergence of peace talks in interstate war pp. 182-203 Downloads
Oriana Skylar Mastro and David A Siegel
Mowing the grass pp. 204-231 Downloads
Michael Gibilisco
Indirect rule and mass threat: Two paths to direct rule pp. 232-256 Downloads
Benjamin Broman

Volume 35, issue 2, 2023

Access to justice in revenue-seeking legal institutions pp. 75-99 Downloads
Hannah Simpson
Electoral inequity pp. 100-125 Downloads
Nicolas Boccard
Slacktivism pp. 126-143 Downloads
Boris Ginzburg

Volume 35, issue 1, 2023

Ideological sorting pp. 3-30 Downloads
David P. Baron
The political economy of noncompliance in customs unions pp. 31-57 Downloads
Joshua C. Fjelstul
Generalized medians and electoral competition with valence pp. 58-71 Downloads
Tasos Kalandrakis

Volume 34, issue 4, 2022

Models of inter-election change in partisan vote share pp. 481-498 Downloads
Mark C. Wilson and Bernard N. Grofman
An information-based explanation for partisan media sorting pp. 499-526 Downloads
Anthony Fowler and Kisoo Kim
Minimal voting paradoxes pp. 527-551 Downloads
Felix Brandt, Marie Matthäus and Christian Saile
The evolution of consensus through coordinated action pp. 552-588 Downloads
Ishan Joshi

Volume 34, issue 3, 2022

Explaining patterns in the onset of interstate war pp. 333-356 Downloads
Christopher Schwarz
Delegation, capture and endogenous information structures pp. 357-414 Downloads
Perrin Lefebvre and David Martimort
Identity and the limits of fair assessment pp. 415-442 Downloads
Rush T. Stewart
Why do voters elect less qualified candidates? pp. 443-477 Downloads
Nobuhiro Mizuno and Ryosuke Okazawa

Volume 34, issue 2, 2022

Inefficient voting with identical voters pp. 175-190 Downloads
Ole-Andreas Elvik Naess
A theory of policy sabotage pp. 191-218 Downloads
Alexander V. Hirsch and Jonathan P. Kastellec
Rational erraticism pp. 219-235 Downloads
Frank Bohn and Xue Wang
Electoral accountability and political competence pp. 236-261 Downloads
Lindsey Gailmard
Social Power and Non-cooperative Game Theory pp. 262-279 Downloads
William Bosworth,
Homo moralis goes to the voting booth: Coordination and information aggregation pp. 280-312 Downloads
Ingela Alger and Jean-François Laslier
Accountability and learning with motivated agents pp. 313-329 Downloads
Tinghua Yu

Volume 34, issue 1, 2022

Clientelism and development: Vote-buying meets patronage pp. 3-34 Downloads
Vladimir Shchukin and Cemal Eren Arbatli
Congressional oversight and electoral accountability pp. 35-58 Downloads
Austin Bussing and Michael Pomirchy
Gender, sexism, and war 1 pp. 59-77 Downloads
Dan Reiter and Scott Wolford
Informative campaigning in multidimensional politics: The role of naïve voters pp. 78-106 Downloads
Satoshi Kasamatsu and Daiki Kishishita
Explaining legal inconsistency pp. 107-126 Downloads
JBrandon Duck-Mayr
Do supermajority rules really deter extremism? the role of electoral competition 1 pp. 127-144 Downloads
Daiki Kishishita and Atsushi Yamagishi
The NIMBY problem pp. 145-172 Downloads
David Foster and Joseph Warren

Volume 33, issue 4, 2021

The limits of information revelation in multilateral negotiations: A theory of treatymaking pp. 399-429 Downloads
James D. Morrow and Kevin L. Cope
On the separation of executive and legislative powers: Executive independence, liberty, and social welfare pp. 430-454 Downloads
Justin Fox and Mattias K Polborn
Solving the guardianship dilemma by war pp. 455-474 Downloads
Jacque Gao
Axioms for defeat in democratic elections pp. 475-524 Downloads
Wesley H. Holliday and Eric Pacuit

Volume 33, issue 3, 2021

Biased politicians and independent agencies pp. 279-299 Downloads
Amy Pond
Poor people’s beliefs and the dynamics of clientelism pp. 300-332 Downloads
Miquel Pellicer, Eva Wegner, Lindsay J. Benstead and Ellen Lust
Separation of powers with ideological parties pp. 333-382 Downloads
Alvaro Forteza and Juan Pereyra
Indirect accountability of political appointees pp. 383-396 Downloads
Christopher Li

Volume 33, issue 2, 2021

Electoral competition in the presence of identity politics pp. 169-197 Downloads
Leyla D. Karakas and Devashish Mitra
Sanctions and incentives to repudiate external debt pp. 198-224 Downloads
Carlo de Bassa, Edoardo Grillo and Francesco Passarelli
Skill, power and marginal contribution in committees pp. 225-235 Downloads
Ruth Ben-Yashar, Shmuel Nitzan and Tomoya Tajika
Violence, coercion, and settler colonialism pp. 236-273 Downloads
Chelsea A. Pardini and Ana Espinola-Arredondo
Erratum to ‘Don’t hatch the messenger? On the desirability of restricting the political activity of bureaucrats’ pp. 274-276 Downloads
Jean Guillaume Forand and Gergely Ujhelyi

Volume 33, issue 1, 2021

A model of electoral alliances in highly fragmented party systems pp. 3-24 Downloads
Marcelo de C Griebeler and Roberta Carnelos Resende
Group cooperation against a hegemon pp. 25-55 Downloads
Guillaume Cheikbossian
Schooling, nation building and industrialization pp. 56-94 Downloads
Esther Hauk and Javier Ortega
Don’t hatch the messenger? On the desirability of restricting the political activity of bureaucrats pp. 95-139 Downloads
Jean Guillaume Forand and Gergely Ujhelyi
The stability of multi-level governments pp. 140-166 Downloads
Enriqueta Aragonès and Clara Ponsatí
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