Dec 2019
Author(s): Hanusch, Marek; Keefer, Philip; Vlaicu, Razvan
To understand why parties buy votes, a study analyzed electoral competition where parties can use both vote buying and policy promises. Parties can renege on the promises after the election. Greater…
Dec 2019
Author(s): Hanusch, Marek; Keefer, Philip; Vlaicu, Razvan
Para entender por qué los partidos compran votos, un estudio analizó la competencia electoral en contextos donde los partidos pueden utilizar tanto la compra de votos como las promesas políticas. Los…
Oct 2019
Author(s): Mateo-Berganza Díaz, María Mercedes; Rucci, Graciana; Amaral, Nicole; Arias Ortiz, Elena; Becerra, Laura; Bustelo, Monserrat; Cabrol, Marcelo; Castro, Juliana; Caycedo, Juanita; Duryea, Suzanne; Groot, Bibi; Heredero, Elena; Hincapie, Diana; Magendzo, Adrián; Navarro, Juan Carlos; Novella, Rafael; Rieble-Aubourg, Sabine; Rubio-Codina, Marta; Scartascini, Carlos; Vezza, Evelyn
El siglo XXI no va a suceder en el futuro: está pasando hoy. Los cambios acelerados en términos tecnológicos, migratorios, demográficos y climáticos están reconfigurando el orden social, económico y…
Feb 2019
Author(s): Alessandro, Martín; Cardinale Lagomarsino, Bruno; Scartascini, Carlos; Torrealday, Jerónimo
Does providing information improve citizens’ perception about government transparency? Does all information matter the same for shaping perceptions about the government? This paper addresses these…
Jul 2016
Author(s): Hanusch, Marek; Keefer, Philip; Vlaicu, Razvan
What explains significant variation across countries in the use of vote buying instead of campaign promises to secure voter support? This paper explicitly models the tradeoff parties face between…