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Party Competition and Responsible Party Government: A Theory of Spatial Competition Based Upon Insights from Behavioral Voting Research e-book

Author:

James Frolik Adams

Language:

English

Category:

Politics

Subcategory:

Politics & Government

ePub size:

1968 kb

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Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

University of Michigan Press (August 21, 2001)

Pages:

256

ISBN:

0472112015

Party Competition and Responsible Party Government: A Theory of Spatial Competition Based Upon Insights from Behavioral Voting Research e-book

by James Frolik Adams


He argues that vote-seeking parties are motivated to present policies that appeal to voters, whose bias toward these policies is based in part on reasons that have nothing to do with policy. He demonstrates that this strategic logic has profound implications for party competition and responsible party government.

He argues that vote-seeking parties are motivated to present policies that appeal to voters, whose bias toward these policies is based in part on reasons that have nothing to do with policy. He demonstrates that this strategic logic has profound implications for party competition and responsible party government

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James Adams provides a compelling and innovative book on elections and political party competition in France, Great Britain, and the United States

James Adams provides a compelling and innovative book on elections and political party competition in France, Great Britain, and the United States. It unites theoretical modeling and data analysis to help us understand how parties in multiparty democracies compete when citizens both are partisan and care about the issue positions of the parties. Export citation Request permission. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. Total number of HTML views: 0. Total number of PDF views: 0 .

a compelling and innovative book on elections and political party competition in France, Great Britain, and the United States. a compelling and innovative book on elections and political party competition in France, Great Britain, and the United States.

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book by James F. Adams. In countries with multiparty political systems, we assume-if the system is going to work-that parties have relatively stable positions on policy, that these positions diverge, and that voters make choices based on policy preferences.

Party competition and responsible party government: A theory of spatial competition based upon .

University of Michigan Press, 2001. Policy adjustment by parties in response to rival parties’ policy shifts: Spatial theory and the dynamics of party competition in twenty-five post-war democracies. J Adams, Z Somer-Topcu. British Journal of Political Science 39 (4), 825-846, 2009.

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Samuel Merrill, III, is a Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at Wilkes University, Pennsylvania. He received a PhD from Yale University, Connecticut.

In countries with multiparty political systems, we assume--if the system is going to work--that parties have relatively stable positions on policy, that these positions diverge, and that voters make choices based on policy preferences. Yet much of the research on voter behavior and party competition does not support these assumptions.

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