Moral reputation and political selection in a decentralized democracy: Theory and evidence from India

@inproceedings{Banerjee2020MoralRA,
  title={Moral reputation and political selection in a decentralized democracy: Theory and evidence from India},
  author={Prasenjit Banerjee and Vegard V. Iversen and Sandip Mitra and Antonio Nicol{\`o} and Kunal Sen},
  year={2020}
}
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