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TitleComputational models in political economy [electronic resource] / edited by Ken Kollman, John H. Miller, and Scott E. Page
Imprint Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2003
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Descript vi, 283 p. : ill

CONTENT

A dynamic model of multidimensional collective choice / David P. Baron and Michael C. Herron -- Fluidity of social norms in a hierarchical system / Joseph E. Harrington, Jr. -- Learning, central bank independence, and the politics of excess foreign returns / Jude C. Hays and Diana Richards -- A computational theory of electoral competition / John E. Jackson -- A computational model of voter sophistication, ideology, and candidate position taking / Scott de Marchi -- The other side of the coin: a computational analysis of publicly financed campaigns / Michael Bailey -- Political institutions and sorting in a Tiebout model / Ken Kollman, John H. Miller, and Scott E. Page -- Recovering behavioralism: adaptively rational strategic behavior with endogenous aspirations / Jonathan Bendor, Daniel Diermeier, and Michael Ting


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