Economic Voting and Multilevel Governance

@article{Anderson2017EconomicVA,
  title={Economic Voting and Multilevel Governance},
  author={Cameron D. Anderson and R. Mcgregor and Aaron A. Moore and Laura B. Stephenson},
  journal={Urban Affairs Review},
  year={2017},
  volume={53},
  pages={101 - 71}
}
Past work has shown that economic conditions influence electoral outcomes at multiple levels of government in Canada and in democratic states around the world. However, there is significant variation in the jurisdictional ability of different governments to influence economic conditions; in particular, municipal governments may be least able to influence the economy. As a result, voters may be less likely to hold municipal incumbents accountable for economic conditions than either provincial or… Expand
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