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Autocratic Health Versus Democratic Health: Different Outcome Variables for Health as a Factor Versus Health as a Right
Dina Rosenberg and Olga Shvetsova
Demand for Wealth-Reducing Institutional Change: The Role of Ideas and Interests
Thráinn Eggertsson
Bargaining with Outside Options
Ken Binmore and Jon Eguia
Lobbying Mechanisms
Martin Gregor
Cultural Legacies: Persistence and Transmission
Leonid Peisakhin
Comparison of Voting Procedures Using Models of Electoral Competition with Endogenous Candidacy
Damien Bol, Arnaud Dellis and Mandar Oak
Judicial Independence: Evidence from the Philippine Supreme Court (1970–2003)
Desiree Desierto
Financial Sector Regulation and the Revolving Door in US Commercial Banks
Elise Brezis and Joël Cariolle
Negative Advertising During Mexico’s 2012 Presidential Campaign
Andrei Gomberg, Emilio Gutierrez and Zeev Thepris
Comparative Analysis of Institutional Incentives and Organisational Adjustment of Social Actors in Eight European Countries
Rosa Nonell and Iván Medina
Legislative Leaders as Condorcet Winners? The Case of the U.S. Congress
Robert S. Erikson and Yair Ghitza
The Historical Origins of Regional Economic Inequality in Spain: The Cultural Legacy of Political Institutions
David Soto-Oñate
The Rhetoric and Reality of Austerity: Electoral Politics in Britain 2010 to 2015
Paul Whiteley, Harold D. Clarke and Marianne Stewart
The Duverger-Demsetz Perspective on Electoral Competitiveness and Fragmentation: With Application to the Canadian Parliamentary System, 1867–2011
J. Stephen Ferris, Stanley Winer and Bernard Grofman
Valence and Ideological Proximity in the Rise of Nationalist Parties: Spanish General Elections, 2008 and 2011
Elena Labzina, Joan Barceló and Norman Schofield
Institutional Change in Spain from Francoism to Democracy: The Effects of the Great Recession
Gonzalo Caballero and Marcos Álvarez-Díaz
Modelling the Effect of Campaign Advertising on US Presidential Elections
Maria Gallego and Norman Schofield
Institutional Determinants: A Case Study of IMF Programme and Non-programme Countries
Omer Javed
Measuring Direct Democracy
Nadia Fiorino, Roberto Ricciuti and Fulvio Venturino
Personality Traits and the Gender Gap in Ideology
Rebecca Morton, Jean-Robert Tyran and Erik Wengström
An Experimental Study of Jury Voting Behavior
Lisa R. Anderson, Charles Holt, Katri K. Sieberg and Allison L. Oldham
Political Participation in Rural India: A Village Level Study
Vani Borooah and Anirudh Tagat
Trading Portfolios: The Stability of Coalition Governments
Betul Demirkaya and Norman Schofield
Statistical Utilitarianism
Marcus Pivato
Elections with International Relations Dominance
Jan Klingelhöfer
A Median Activist Theorem for Two-Stage Spatial Models
Daniel M. Kselman
Electoral Rules and Proportionality in Spain: Estimating the Impact of some Swedish Rules Through the 2011 Electoral Data
Jose M. Pavia and Fernando Toboso
Measuring Campaign Spending Effects in Post-Citizens United Congressional Elections
Brandon Barutt and Norman Schofield
No Polarization in Spite of Primaries: A Median Voter Theorem with Competitive Nominations
Gilles Serra
Is There a Doctor in the House?
Jani-Petri Laamanen, Mikko Poutanen and Katri Sieberg
Downsian Competition with Assembly Democracy
María Pino Ramos-Sosa and M. Socorro Puy
Spatial Model of U.S. Presidential Election in 2012
Jeong Hyun Kim and Norman Schofield
Modeling Elections and Referenda in Ireland
Norman Schofield and William Simoneau
Rent Seeking and the Size of Parliamentary Majorities
Jan Klingelhöfer
What Makes People Nursing Home Residents: Individual Need or Municipalities’ Supply?
Theis Theisen
A Comment on Choice Rules and Median Outcomes
Jon Eguia and Francesco Giovannoni
How Should Votes Be Weighted to Reflect the Existing and “Calculated” Distribution of Voting Power of Weighted Voting Organizations Integrating Different Majority Requirements?
Michèle Khouri-Hagot and Bertrand Lemennicier
Civil Service and the Crisis: A Comparative Analysis of Iberian Countries (2008–2013)
Enrique José Varela-Álvarez, Joaquim Filipe Ferraz Esteves Araújo and Óscar Briones Gamarra
Party Activists in the 2009 German Federal Elections
Norman Schofield and Anna-Sophie Kurella
Congressional Negotiations with Costly Voting: Understanding the Reforms to PEMEX in 2006–2008
Gilles Serra
Application of the Variable Choice Logit Model to the British General Election of 2010
Elena Labzina and Norman Schofield
Institutional Change, Specific Investments and Photovoltaic Power Plants: The Empirical Effects of the Energy Policy of “Solar Farms” in Spain
Marcos Álvarez-Díaz, Raquel Fernández-González and Gonzalo Caballero
Turnout and Polarization Under Alternative Electoral Systems
Konstantinos Matakos, Orestis Troumpounis and Dimitrios Xefteris
The Economic Effects of the Implementation of the Greek Adjustment Plan in the Great Recession
Inmaculada Carrasco, Carmen Córcoles and John McCombie
Fiscal Deficits and Type of Government: A Study of Spanish Local Elections
Joaquín Artés and Ignacio Jurado
E-Procurement and Innovation in the Portuguese Municipalities: When Change Is Mandatory
Luís Soares and Adão Carvalho
Federalism, Proportionality, and Popular Will in US Presidential Elections: Did Colorado Have the Right Idea?
Jose M. Pavía and Fernando Toboso
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