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Party Government in Presidential Democracies: Extending Cartel Theory Beyond the U.S. Congress
Cartel Theory (and partisan theory more generally) expertly explains the functioning of the U.S. Congress. However, as a theory originally developed to study a single legislature where theExpand
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War, Power, and Bargaining
Existing research on power and war contends that the distribution of power exerts an independent effect on the chances of armed conflict. However, theories of bargaining indicate that power'sExpand
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The Split Population Logit (SPopLogit): Modeling Measurement Bias in Binary Data
Researchers frequently face applied situations where their measurement of a binary outcome suffers from bias. Social desirability bias in survey work is the most widely appreciated circumstance, butExpand
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Government and Opposition in the Argentine Congress, 1989-2007: Understanding Inter-Party Dynamics through Roll Call Vote Analysis
This article employs roll call vote data and Bayesian ideal point estimation to examine inter-party dynamics in the Argentine Chamber of Deputies between 1989 and 2007. It highlights the presence inExpand
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Weather, Voter Turnout and Partisan Effects in Korea, 1995–1999
Weather conditions have long been considered as a major factor that affects voter turnout. Does inclement weather suppress voter turnout? If so, which party would benefit from lower voter turnoutExpand
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Pollution, Institutions and Street Protests in Urban China
Abstract Street protests have become commonplace in China. Utilizing extensive survey data, this study attempts to shed light on the nature of environmental street protests in China. The key questionExpand
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Economic Integration, External Forces and Political Cooperation between South and North Korea in the UNGA 1
IntroductionDoes economic integration between South and North Korea generate positive spillover effects on their relationship? Or, are geopolitical factors and security issues still powerful enoughExpand
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