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The Economic Vote : How Political and Economic Institutions Condition Election Results

By: Duch, Raymond M.
Contributor(s): Stevenson, Randolph T.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008Description: 1 online resource (418 p.).ISBN: 9780511386213.Subject(s): VotingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Economic Vote : How Political and Economic Institutions Condition Election ResultsDDC classification: 324.9 LOC classification: JF1001 .D825 2008Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half-title; Series title; Title; Contents; Preface; 1 Introduction; Economic voting in recent elections: the importance of a comparative perspective; Theoretical foundations of economic voting; Empirical evidence of an economic vote; A contextual theory of rational retrospective economic voting; Organization of the book; PART I: Describing the Economic Vote in Western Democracies; 2 Defining and Measuring the Economic Vote; 3 Patterns of Retrospective Economic Voting in Western Democracies; 4 Estimation, Measurement, and Specification
PART II: A Contextual Theory of Rational Retrospective Economic Voting: Competency Signals5 Competency Signals and Rational Retrospective Economic Voting; 6 What Do Voters Know about Economic Variation and Its Sources?; 7 Political Control of the Economy; PART III: A Contextual Theory of Rational Retrospective Economic Voting: Strategic Voting; 8 Responsibility, Contention, and the Economic Vote; 9 The Distribution of Responsibility and the Economic Vote; 10 The Pattern of Contention and the Economic Vote; PART IV: Conclusion and Summary; 11 Conclusion; Appendix A; Appendix B; Appendix C
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Summary: Explains how different political and economic circumstances account for the variation in the economic vote.
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Cover; Half-title; Series title; Title; Contents; Preface; 1 Introduction; Economic voting in recent elections: the importance of a comparative perspective; Theoretical foundations of economic voting; Empirical evidence of an economic vote; A contextual theory of rational retrospective economic voting; Organization of the book; PART I: Describing the Economic Vote in Western Democracies; 2 Defining and Measuring the Economic Vote; 3 Patterns of Retrospective Economic Voting in Western Democracies; 4 Estimation, Measurement, and Specification

PART II: A Contextual Theory of Rational Retrospective Economic Voting: Competency Signals5 Competency Signals and Rational Retrospective Economic Voting; 6 What Do Voters Know about Economic Variation and Its Sources?; 7 Political Control of the Economy; PART III: A Contextual Theory of Rational Retrospective Economic Voting: Strategic Voting; 8 Responsibility, Contention, and the Economic Vote; 9 The Distribution of Responsibility and the Economic Vote; 10 The Pattern of Contention and the Economic Vote; PART IV: Conclusion and Summary; 11 Conclusion; Appendix A; Appendix B; Appendix C

ReferencesIndex

Explains how different political and economic circumstances account for the variation in the economic vote.

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