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Political Competition in Legislative Elections

Political Competition in Legislative Elections by Stefan Krasa, University of Illinois and Mattias K. Polborn, Vanderbilt University In Congressional elections, voters generally decide not just based on their local candidates’ positions, but they also care about the […]

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Re-election and Renegotiation: International Agreements in the Shadow of the Polls

Re-election and Renegotiation: International Agreements in the Shadow of the Polls by Peter Buisseret, University of Chicago and Dan Bernhardt, University of Illinois and University of Warwick States routinely sign treaties and participate in international institutions. These activities […]

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Exclusion and Cooperation in Diverse Societies: Experimental Evidence from Israel

Exclusion and Cooperation in Diverse Societies: Experimental Evidence from Israel by Ryan D. Enos, Harvard University and Noam Gidron, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Princeton University It is well-established that in diverse societies, certain groups prefer to exclude other groups from […]

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Distributive Politics with Vote and Turnout Buying

Distributive Politics with Vote and Turnout Buying by Agustin Casas, Colegio Universitario de Estudios Financieros  I model the incumbent’s allocation of efforts that maximize re-election chances in the presence of vote buying (persuasion) and turnout buying (mobilization). […]

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Technological Change and Political Turnover: The Democratizing Effects of the Green Revolution in India

Technological Change and Political Turnover: The Democratizing Effects of the Green Revolution in India by Aditya Dasgupta,University of California Can technological change contribute to political turnover? Influential theories suggest that technological change represents a form of […]

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Exit, Voice, and Public Reason

Exit, Voice, and Public Reason by Kevin Vallier, Bowling Green State University Public reason liberals appeal to public deliberation to ensure that a legal order can be publicly justified to its citizens. I argue that this […]

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The Right to Strike: A Radical View

The Right to Strike: A Radical View by Alex Gourevitch, Brown University  Workers face a common dilemma when exercising their right to strike. For the worst off workers to go on strike with some reasonable chance of […]