Washington, DC 20057
Georgetown University - Department of Economics
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electoral incentives, environment, gun control, reproductive rights
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Electoral incentives, Environment, Gun control, Reproductive Rights
strategic voting, runoff elections, Poisson Games
Ethical Voting, Group-based Voting, Majority Runoff Rule, Multicandidate Elections, Plurality Rule
entitlement programs, fiscal rules, Government Debt, political economy
Campaign Contributions, Campaign Finance Laws, Electoral Motive, Income inequality
constructive abstention, framing, information aggregation, laboratory experiments, unanimity rule, veto power
Laboratory experiments, Majority Runoff, Multicandidate Elections, Plurality
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