Information, Participation, And Choice edited By Bernard Grofman

Full Title: Information, Participation, And Choice: An Economic Theory Of Democracy In Perspective
Author/Editor(s): Bernard Grofman
ISBN: 0472103598, 9780472103591
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
Published Place: Ann Arbor
Published/Copyright Year: 1993
Language: English
Physical Description: Illustrations included, 23 cm
LCCN: 93031958
Number of pages: 285 (vi, 285 pages)
Categories:
Downs, Anthony > Economic Theory Of Democracy
Voting
Political Parties
Public Administration

Content:
Introduction / Bernard Grofman
Pt. 1. Information and Choice. Information shortcuts and the reasoning voter / Samuel L. Popkin
Downsian thresholds and the theory of political advertising / Roger G. Noll
Information-pooling models of electoral politics / Bernard Grofman and Julie Withers
Pt. 2. Participation and Choice. What the downsian voter weighs : a reassessment of the costs and benefits of action / Carole Jean Uhlaner
Political equilibrium under group identification / Amihai Glazer
Is turnout the paradox that ate rational choice theory / Bernard Grofman
Pt. 3. spatial models of party and candidate competition. The spatial model and elections / John Ferejohn
A revised probabilistic spatial model of elections : theory and evidence / James M. Enelow, James W. Endersby, and Michael C. Munger
"What this campaign is all about is..." : a rational choice alternative to the downsian spatial model of elections / Thomas H. Hammond and Brian D. Humes
Adaptive parties and spatial voting theory / Scott E. Page, Ken Kollman, and John H. Miller
A rational choice model of the president and vice-president as a package deal / Martin P. Wattenberg and Bernard Grofman
Toward and institution-rich theory of political competition with a supply side component / Bernard Grofman

(cont.)Pt. 4. Reflections on an economic theory of democracy. The origins of an economic theory of democracy / Anthony Downs
The early impact of Down's an economic theory of democracy on american political science / Gabriel A. Almond
An economic theory of democracy as a theory of policy / M. Stephen Weatherford
Downsian logic and the comparative study of party systems / Arend Lijphart
On the gentle art of rational choice bashing / Bernard Grofman.

Notes:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 243-267) and index.

ISBNPlus ID: HVD.V3.308300-2-1271441
Nature: Bibliographies
Form: Nonfiction
LC Call No: JF1001 .I54 1993
Dewey Decimal: 320/.6
Released Date: 20020606

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