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Volume 16, issue 4, 2004

Penalty and Crime with Lumpy Choices pp. 403-421 Downloads
Laurent Franckx
Judicial Predictability and Federal Stability pp. 423-446 Downloads
Jenna Bednar
Equilibrium in the Spatial ‘Valence’ Model of Politics pp. 447-481 Downloads
Norman Schofield
Party Competition and Coalition Formation pp. 483-515 Downloads
Daniela Giannetti and Itai Sened
Power Measurement as Sensitivity Analysis pp. 517-538 Downloads
Stefan Napel and Mika Widgrén

Volume 16, issue 3, 2004

Liberty, Authority, and the New Politics pp. 233-262 Downloads
Raymond M. Duch and Kaare Strøm
Proximity, Directionality, and the Riddle of Relative Party Extremeness pp. 263-287 Downloads
Paul V. Warwick
Another Look at Connections Across German Elections pp. 289-319 Downloads
Brian J. Gaines and Christophe Crombez
Occurrence and Policy Consequences of Referendums pp. 321-356 Downloads
Simon Hug
Bringing Parliaments Back in pp. 357-394 Downloads
Thomas Konig and Jonathan Slapin

Volume 16, issue 2, 2004

Reconciling Rationality with Deterrence pp. 107-141 Downloads
Frank C. Zagare
Dividing the Indivisible pp. 143-173 Downloads
Steven Brams and Todd Kaplan
Trends in the Public Sector pp. 175-201 Downloads
Sandra van Thiel
On the Dimensionality of European Union Legislative Decision-Making pp. 203-222 Downloads
Torsten J. Selck

Volume 16, issue 1, 2004

Bias in the Heavenly Chorus pp. 5-29 Downloads
David Lowery and Virginia Gray
Pressure Politics pp. 31-52 Downloads
Hugh Ward
The Tyranny of the Supermajority pp. 53-77 Downloads
A. J. McGann
Protest Voting and Abstention Under Plurality Rule Elections pp. 79-102 Downloads
Won-Taek Kang

Volume 15, issue 4, 2003

Valence Competition in the Spatial Stochastic Model pp. 371-383 Downloads
Norman Schofield
Introduction pp. 385-386 Downloads
Sebastiano Bavetta and Keith Dowding
Agency-Freedom and Option-Freedom pp. 387-403 Downloads
Philip Pettit
Similarity of Options and the Measurement of Diversity pp. 405-421 Downloads
Walter Bossert, Prasanta K. Pattanaik and Yongsheng Xu
Autonomy-Freedom and Deliberation pp. 423-443 Downloads
Sebastiano Bavetta and Francesco Guala
On Being Free without having any Choices pp. 445-471 Downloads
Matthew H. Kramer

Volume 15, issue 3, 2003

Introduction pp. 235-238 Downloads
Joe Oppenheimer, Piotr Swistak and John Joseph Wallis
How Types of Goods and Property Rights Jointly Affect Collective Action pp. 239-270 Downloads
Elinor Ostrom
Does the Logic of Collective Action Explain the Logic of Corporatism? pp. 271-297 Downloads
Michael Wallerstein and Karl Ove Moene
Representative Government and Special Interest Politics pp. 299-319 Downloads
Susanne Lohmann
Professionalization of Campaigns and the Secret History of Collective Action Problems pp. 321-339 Downloads
Donald P. Green and Jennifer K. Smith
The Political Economy of Institutions and Corruption in American States pp. 341-365 Downloads
James E. Alt and David Lassen

Volume 15, issue 2, 2003

Institutionalism as a Methodology pp. 123-144 Downloads
Daniel Diermeier and Keith Krehbiel
Some Complex Answers to the Simple Question ‘Do Institutions Matter?’ pp. 145-200 Downloads
Thomas H. Hammond and Christopher K. Butler
Putting Ordinary Language to Work pp. 201-232 Downloads
John Gerring and Paul A. Barresi

Volume 15, issue 1, 2003

A Comparative Theory of Electoral Incentives pp. 5-32 Downloads
Kathleen Bawn and Michael F. Thies
Presidentialism, Elections and Representation pp. 33-60 Downloads
David J. Samuels and Matthew Soberg Shugart
Certiorari and Compliance in the Judicial Hierarchy pp. 61-86 Downloads
Jeffrey R. Lax
Conceptual Problems as Obstacles to Progress in Political Science pp. 87-115 Downloads
James Johnson

Volume 14, issue 4, 2002

A Citizen-Candidate Model with Sequential Elections pp. 387-407 Downloads
John Cadigan and Eckhard Janeba
A Principal-Agent Model of Elections with Novice Incumbents pp. 409-438 Downloads
Sugato Dasgupta and Kenneth C. Williams
A Theory of Post-Civil War Democratization pp. 439-464 Downloads
Leonard Wantchekon and Zvika Neeman
Veto Players and Referendums Around the World pp. 465-515 Downloads
Simon Hug and George Tsebelis

Volume 14, issue 3, 2002

Centrifugal Incentives in Multi-Candidate Elections pp. 275-300 Downloads
Samuel Merrill and James Adams
Top-Down Divergence pp. 301-323 Downloads
Kristin Kanthak
Do Parties Benefit from Electoral Manipulation? Electoral Laws and Heresthetics in Poland, 1989-93 pp. 325-358 Downloads
Marek M. Kaminski
Single-Peakedness and Disconnected Coalitions pp. 359-383 Downloads
Steven Brams, Michael A. Jones and D. Marc Kilgour

Volume 14, issue 2, 2002

What Rational Political Actors Can Expect pp. 139-165 Downloads
Robert Grafstein
Decentralization and Political Control of the Bureaucracy pp. 167-193 Downloads
Andrew B. Whitford
Why Do Societies Collapse? pp. 195-230 Downloads
Gregory G. Brunk
Trust and Incentives in Principal-Agent Negotiations pp. 231-267 Downloads
Gary J. Miller and Andrew B. Whitford

Volume 14, issue 1, 2002

Anti-System Parties pp. 9-35 Downloads
Giovanni Capoccia
The Advantages of Ideological Cohesion pp. 37-70 Downloads
A. J. McGann
The Effective Length of the Presidential Primary Season pp. 71-92 Downloads
Alexandra L. Cooper
Heresthetical Maneuvering on the US Supreme Court pp. 93-122 Downloads
Lee Epstein and Olga Shvetsova
The Schartz-Metterclume Method pp. 129-134 Downloads
Dagobert D. Manteltasche and Otto I.Q. Besser-Wisser
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