Which decision‐making arrangements generate the strongest legitimacy beliefs? Evidence from a randomised field experiment

@inproceedings{Esaiasson2012WhichDA,
  title={Which decision‐making arrangements generate the strongest legitimacy beliefs? Evidence from a randomised field experiment},
  author={Peter Esaiasson and Mikael Gilljam and Mikael Persson},
  year={2012}
}
How can democracies satisfy citizens' demands for legitimate decision making? This article reports findings from a randomised field experiment designed to mimic decision making in large-scale democracies. Natural collectives of individuals with a shared history and future (high school classes) were studied. They were asked to make a decision about how to spend a sum of money under arrangements imposed by the researchers and distributed randomly across classes. Within this setting, empirical… CONTINUE READING

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