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Pocketbook Predictions of Presidential Elections: Pocketbook Variables Are Almost Always Good Indicators of Electoral Outcomes

@article{Anderson2004PocketbookPO,
  title={Pocketbook Predictions of Presidential Elections: Pocketbook Variables Are Almost Always Good Indicators of Electoral Outcomes},
  author={P. Anderson and Ilhan Kubilay Geçkil and Ilhan Kubilay},
  journal={Business Economics},
  year={2004},
  volume={39},
  pages={7}
}
  • P. Anderson, Ilhan Kubilay Geçkil, Ilhan Kubilay
  • Published 2004
  • Economics
  • Business Economics
  • Patrick Anderson is the founder and principal of the consulting firm Anderson Economic Group LLC. He has served as the chief of staff of the Michigan Department of State and as a deputy budget director for the State of Michigan. He was an assistant vice president of Alexander Hamilton Life Insurance Co. and a graduate fellow for the Central Intelligence Agency. He holds a masters degree in public policy and a bachelors degree in political science, both from the University of Michigan at Ann… CONTINUE READING
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