Rational Voters and Political Advertising

@inproceedings{Prat2008RationalVA,
  title={Rational Voters and Political Advertising},
  author={Andrea Prat},
  year={2008}
}
Most political scholars agree that organized groups play a key role in modern democracy. One aspect of special interest politics that has caught the attention of both academic researchers and the public at large, especially in the US, are campaign contributions. Candidates to various federal and state o¢ ces receive monetary donations from various corporations and pressure groups.1 What do candidates do with the money they receive from lobbies? In western democracies, politicians appear to use… CONTINUE READING

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