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International Economics     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 3)
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China Business Review     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 2)
International Journal of Export Marketing     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 2)
Global & Strategis     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
China Economic Quarterly International     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
Critical Perspectives on International Business     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 1)
Japanese Political Economy     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)
Revue internationale P.M.E. : économie et gestion de la petite et moyenne entreprise     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)
Amnis     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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Quarterly Journal of Political Science
Journal Prestige (SJR): 6.453
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Number of Followers: 21  
 
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  • How Budgets Shape Power Sharing in Autocracies

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      Abstract: AbstractHow do government budgets affect autocrats' incentives to share or consolidate power' We estimate a dynamic decision problem in which autocrats build their ruling coalitions to maintain power and maximize rents amid fluctuating budgets. Even for unconstrained autocrats, we find that ousting (potential) rivals is costly and, when budgets are tight, reduces their short-term survival prospects. Despite these upfront costs, exclusion has dynamic benefits during periods of prolonged budget contraction: autocrats reduce patronage obligations that they may struggle to afford on a tighter budget, which increases their long-term survival chances and share of spoils. By contrast, budget upswings have lasting positive effects on power sharing. Our counterfactuals indicate that budget shocks comparable to those generated by recent commodity booms increase the probability of inclusive ruling coalitions by over 10 percentage points over 25 years. Case studies of Sudan and Liberia indicate that our model and results describe the tradeoffs and survival strategies of real-world autocrats.Suggested CitationDarin Christensen and Michael Gibilisco (2024), "How Budgets Shape Power Sharing in Autocracies", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 19: No. 1, pp 53-90. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00021118
      PubDate: Mon, 22 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +010
       
  • Cultural Constraints and Policy Implementation: Effects of the Beijing
           License Plate Lottery on the Environment

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      Abstract: AbstractCan culture constrain policy implementation — and if so, under what conditions and for whom' In this paper, we test to what extent traditional values of numerology in China impeded the environmental benefits of a well-designed license plate policy. We take advantage of two natural experiments in Beijing. First, in 2008 authorities began limiting cars on the road by restricting specific plate numbers each day. Second, in 2011 authorities introduced a lottery policy-making it difficult to obtain any plate. We find that (1) non-traditionalists abandoned cultural norms, accepted non-lucky plate numbers, and switched to newer, greener vehicles, whereas (2) traditionalists — fearing the loss of their lucky plate numbers — held on to their older pollutant-emitting cars. We test our argument using a CO readings dataset, a Beijing driver survey, and a license plate image database. We find strong evidence that emissions were lower when lucky numbers were restricted, and the pattern strengthened gradually over time.Suggested CitationAmy H. Liu and Edmund J. Malesky (2024), "Cultural Constraints and Policy Implementation: Effects of the Beijing License Plate Lottery on the Environment", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 19: No. 1, pp 91-126. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00022015
      PubDate: Mon, 22 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +010
       
  • Who Runs for Congress' A Study of State Legislators and Congressional
           Polarization

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      Abstract: AbstractWhy have the people running for Congress become more ideologically extreme over time, causing Congress to polarize' In this paper, we study how the pool of state legislators shapes the ideological distribution of congressional candidates. We geographically match state legislators to the US House districts that they could plausibly seek to represent. Although the national pool of state legislators has polarized over time, we find no evidence that they have polarized more where opportunities to win House seats are higher, or that more-extreme state legislators have become more likely to run for Congress relative to other state legislators in the same congressional districts. We conclude that the nationwide polarization of state legislators is particularly important in explaining the polarization of congressional candidates. The results emphasize the need to understand ideological selection into running for lower-level political offices in order to understand congressional polarization.Suggested CitationConnor Halloran Phillips, James M. Snyder Jr. and Andrew B. Hall (2024), "Who Runs for Congress' A Study of State Legislators and Congressional Polarization", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 19: No. 1, pp 1-25. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00021065
      PubDate: Mon, 22 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +010
       
  • Influence-seeking in the Federal Bureaucracy: Do Groups Lobby or Monitor
           Policymakers'

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      Abstract: AbstractInfluence-seeking by outside groups is widespread in the federal bureaucracy, as evidenced by public expenditure data. But less is known about the strategies that underlie these expenditures. The literature on influence-seeking points to two possibilities. Groups can lobby policymakers to persuade them to take a specific action, or groups can monitor policymakers, as in "fire alarm" oversight, and report any unwanted action to Congress and other interested overseers. I exploit the fact that these two strategies have different implications for which policymakers will be targeted. Groups have an incentive to lobby their allies and persuadable would-be allies, and an incentive to monitor their adversaries. Using data on influence-seeking expenditures, I find that conservative groups disproportionately target their adversaries, which is consistent with monitoring, and that liberal groups disproportionately target their allies, which is consistent with lobbying. I discuss the implications for our understanding of democratic accountability in bureaucratic policymaking.Suggested CitationAlex Acs (2024), "Influence-seeking in the Federal Bureaucracy: Do Groups Lobby or Monitor Policymakers'", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 19: No. 1, pp 27-52. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00020133
      PubDate: Mon, 22 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +010
       
  • The Reputation Politics of the Filibuster

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      Abstract: AbstractFilibusters and efforts to defeat them shape the public reputation of U.S. senators and their parties. I develop a formal model to study how senators' concerns about their own and the opposing party's reputation influence their behavior in the Senate. In the model, a majority and opposition party bargain over policy. Each party earns a reputation with a core primary constituency which observes legislative bargaining and forms beliefs about its party's policy priorities. Filibusters and attempts to defeat them are costly and can therefore credibly signal that a party values a particular issue. I identify conditions under which parties use these costly procedural moves to preserve or enhance their reputation when the costs of obstruction deter purely policy-motivated parties from filibustering or attempting to defeat a filibuster. Alternatively, under certain conditions parties strategically choose not to pursue policy victories that they otherwise would either to protect their own reputation with a constituency that values other issues more highly or to deny the opposing party the opportunity to signal. I examine the model's empirical implications for the relative frequency of filibusters, cloture votes, and tabling motions and identify conditions under which the Senate is endogenously supermajoritarian.Suggested CitationDaniel Gibbs (2023), "The Reputation Politics of the Filibuster", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 4. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00020109
      PubDate: Tue, 31 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +010
       
  • Social Conflict and the Predatory State

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      Abstract: AbstractEmpirical scholarship identifies social cleavages as a predictor of slower economic growth, greater civil conflict, and other socioeconomic ills. Meanwhile, accounts of divide-and-rule politics claim that predatory rulers may benefit politically from exploiting internal schisms. Altogether, then, does internal fractionalization work to the benefit or detriment of a rent-seeking ruler' To answer this question, I model the political economy of predatory governance in a fractionalized society. For rentier states, whose revenues derive from control over natural resources or a similar exogenous source, internal divisions work to the ruler's benefit by depressing collective resistance. The opposite is true for a state financed by endogenous labor output, as the negative effect of social fractionalization on economic production outweighs the decrease in collective action against predatory rule. The analysis thus highlights a new channel by which rentier states are distinctive: they are the sole beneficiaries of divide-and-rule politics.Suggested CitationBrenton Kenkel (2023), "Social Conflict and the Predatory State", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 4. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00020116
      PubDate: Tue, 31 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +010
       
  • Locally Controlled Minimum Wages Leapfrog Public Preferences

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      Abstract: AbstractDoes decentralizing policymaking authority to the local level lead to a closer match between public policies and citizen preferences' We study this question in the context of minimum wage laws, a salient and substantively important policy area with significant variation in the degree of local policymaking discretion. Using novel survey data and aggregation methods, we generate estimates of minimum wage preferences for all US cities with at least 1,000 residents and compare these preferences to actual minimum wages. We show that prevailing minimum wages are generally lower than residents prefer, and this conservative bias is most pronounced in states with preemption laws. However, locally controlled minimum wages leapfrog public preferences and are higher than residents want, on average. Finally, we consider how various counterfactual policies might improve representation and compare the conditions under which a centralized minimum wage would reduce policy bias relative to a decentralized approach.Suggested CitationGabor Simonovits and Julia Payson (2023), "Locally Controlled Minimum Wages Leapfrog Public Preferences", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 4. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00021133
      PubDate: Tue, 31 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +010
       
  • Ban the Box' Information, Incentives, and Statistical Discrimination

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      Abstract: Abstract"Banning the Box" refers to a policy campaign aimed at prohibiting employers from soliciting applicant information that could be used to statistically discriminate against categories of applicants (in particular, those with criminal records). In this article, we examine how the concealing or revealing of informative features about an applicant's identity affects hiring both directly and, in equilibrium, by possibly changing applicants' incentives to invest in human capital. We show that there exist situations in which an employer and an applicant are in agreement about whether to ban the box. Specifically, depending on the structure of the labor market, banning the box can be (1) Pareto dominant, (2) Pareto dominated, (3) benefit the applicant while harming the employer, or (4) benefit the employer while harming the applicant. Our results have policy implications spanning beyond employment decisions, including the use of credit checks by landlords and standardized tests in college admissions.Suggested CitationJohn W. Patty and Elizabeth Maggie Penn (2023), "Ban the Box' Information, Incentives, and Statistical Discrimination", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 4. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00022021
      PubDate: Tue, 31 Oct 2023 00:00:00 +010
       
  • How Does Kompromat Affect Politics' A Model of Transparency
           Regimes

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      Abstract: AbstractWhy are transparency regimes, such as lustration, relatively rare' When some politicians have something to conceal, why would their opponents not press for transparency' To analyze transitional justice, we build a model that explains why uncompromised politicians might avoid a transparency regime, which could signal to voters that they are clean. We model the interaction between an incumbent, an opposition leader, a strategic blackmailer, and voters who know that the opposition politician may be compromised. The incumbent can implement a transparency regime, which by forcing out a compromised opponent would make blackmail impossible. We show that, because it is easier to defeat a potentially compromised opponent, she might strategically refrain from transparency and keep all skeletons of the ancien régime in the closet. We corroborate our results using original data from the Global Transitional Justice Dataset combined with data on elections, incumbency, and successor autocrat status in postcommunist Europe.Suggested CitationMonika Nalepa and Konstantin Sonin (2023), "How Does Kompromat Affect Politics' A Model of Transparency Regimes", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 3. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00021017
      PubDate: Mon, 31 Jul 2023 00:00:00 +020
       
  • Why (Some) Immigrants Resist Assimilation: US Racism and the African
           Immigrant Experience

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      Abstract: AbstractScholarship shows that Black immigrants to the United States resist assimilation to reduce exposure to racial discrimination faced by U.S.-born African Americans. But, not all Black immigrants are equally likely to be (mis)perceived as African American. We argue that immigrants who are likely to be misidentified as African American have incentives to reify ethnic boundaries as a form of protection against racial discrimination. We develop this argument from interviews and focus groups with African immigrants. We then use a lab experiment to measure rates of miscategorization and identify its correlates among African immigrants. Finally, we test our argument with a novel survey of Somalis, an immigrant population with two ethnic subgroups who differ in their likelihood of being miscategorized as African Americans. We show that this difference shapes the degree of resistance to assimilation. These findings improve our understanding of the relationship between racial discrimination and incentives for Black immigrants to resist assimilation.Suggested CitationClaire L. Adida and Amanda Lea Robinson (2023), "Why (Some) Immigrants Resist Assimilation: US Racism and the African Immigrant Experience", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 3. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00021091
      PubDate: Mon, 31 Jul 2023 00:00:00 +020
       
  • Social Norms and Social Change

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      Abstract: AbstractWe study how social norms affect social change in a setting where people have both internal motivations and a desire to conform. We distinguish two kinds of internal motivations: common values in which people wish to behave consistent with some evolving, uncertain ground truth and private values in which individuals genuinely disagree about proper behavior for non-informational reasons. In both settings aggregate behavior changes more slowly than beliefs about proper behavior, and increased information reduces such inertia. Inertia is a more severe problem, but information is more effective, when values are common rather than private. In this common-values setting, we identify conditions under which increased information leads to a normative improvement. Finally, we elucidate empirical implications for the relationships between measures of attitudes, behavior, and descriptive norms. The average perceived descriptive norm is lower than the average action which is lower than the average belief about the right action (injunctive norm). Thus, behavioral forecasts based on survey answers about perceived descriptive or injunctive norms are under- and over-estimates, respectively.Suggested CitationEthan Bueno de Mesquita and Mehdi Shadmehr (2023), "Social Norms and Social Change", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 3. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00021153
      PubDate: Mon, 31 Jul 2023 00:00:00 +020
       
  • Lobbyists into Government

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      Abstract: AbstractLobbying firms seek access to policymaking by hiring individuals with connections to government officials and with previous experience as government employees. This paper examines a different avenue for access: the transition of a firm's lobbyists into government roles. We find firms frequently forge connections to government in this manner and their business benefits as a result. Using panel data from 2001 to 2020 of U.S. federal bureaucrats and congressional staff matched to lobbying records, we quantify the value to lobbying firms when their employees enter government service. We find lobbying firms that gain government connections through the departure of one of their lobbyists experience a 36% revenue increase, or roughly $320,000 per year. In examining what drives this increase in revenue, we find firms present connections as a premium service to existing clients and that connections to congressional offices are more valuable than those gained to executive branch agencies. These results shed light onto the business model of lobbying firms and the political economy of the lobbying industry.Suggested CitationBenjamin C. K. Egerod and Joshua McCrain (2023), "Lobbyists into Government", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 3. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00021196
      PubDate: Mon, 31 Jul 2023 00:00:00 +020
       
  • Ruling the Ruling Coalition: Information Control and Authoritarian
           Power-Sharing

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      Abstract: AbstractIt is widely agreed that durable authoritarian rule requires power-sharing institutions. But how do autocrats rule under such institutions' We analyze formally how an autocrat distributes information inside the coalition to preserve and consolidate power while remaining constrained by the power-sharing agreement. Collective governing bodies like the parliament or the cabinet of ministers create a common information environment in which the leader faces a low risk of removal (by the regime's insiders or outsiders), but opportunities to consolidate power are rare. To incite divisions inside the coalition, the ruler introduces informational asymmetries inside the coalition, which opens up opportunities to consolidate power at the risk of losing it all. This implies a trade-off between the durability of power and its extent. Our model illuminates the variation in the authoritarian styles-of-rule and examines when rulers subdue power-sharing institutions despite their commonly purported value.Suggested CitationZhaotian Luo and Arturas Rozenas (2023), "Ruling the Ruling Coalition: Information Control and Authoritarian Power-Sharing", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 2. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00021094
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +020
       
  • The Manchin Paradox

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      Abstract: AbstractWe identify and analyze an enigma of U.S. Senate procedure. Why does its pivotal voter under simple-majority voting prefer that the body makes law using super-majority cloture (e.g., the filibuster, or threat thereof, within the strictures of Rule XXII)' Using a two-stage game of procedural choice and policy choice, we reveal and rationalize the Manchin Paradox and explore its implications for super-majoritarianism and legislative organization.Suggested CitationKeith Krehbiel and Sara Krehbiel (2023), "The Manchin Paradox", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 2. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00021165
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +020
       
  • Polarization and Group Cooperation

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      Abstract: AbstractDoes increased partisanship undermine the ability of politically heterogeneous groups to function and cooperate in apolitical settings' On the eve of the 2020 U.S. elections, we conducted an online experiment in which Democrats and Republicans played repeated public goods games, both with and without punishment. Absent punishment, mixed-party groups are less cooperative and efficient than homogeneous groups. However, polarized groups fare no worse than those in which political affiliations are unknown. We find no differences in cooperation across groups that are able to punish free-riding behavior. Thus, knowing that one is in a group with like-minded individuals can serve as a substitute for an enforcement mechanism, but polarized groups can, at some efficiency cost, achieve similar contributions when sanctions are possible.Suggested CitationAndrea Robbett and Peter Hans Matthews (2023), "Polarization and Group Cooperation", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 2. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00021036
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +020
       
  • Executive Absolutism: The Dynamics of Authority Acquisition in a System of
           Separated Powers

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      Abstract: AbstractWe study a dynamic model in which a politician (most commonly an executive) makes authority claims that are subject to a hard constraint (administered, typically, by a court). At any period, the court is free to rule against the executive and thereby permanently halt her efforts to acquire more power. Because it appropriately cares about the executive's ability to address real-world disruptions, however, the court is always willing to affirm more authority. Neither robust electoral competition nor alternative characterizations of judicial decision-making fundamentally alters this state of affairs. Moreover, we show modest authority claims in one period yield opportunities for more substantial claims in the next. The result is an often persistent accumulation of executive authority and a degradation of judicial checks on presidential power.Suggested CitationWilliam G. Howell, Kenneth A. Shepsle and Stephane Wolton (2023), "Executive Absolutism: The Dynamics of Authority Acquisition in a System of Separated Powers", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 2. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00021219
      PubDate: Sun, 30 Apr 2023 00:00:00 +020
       
  • Overreacting and Posturing: How Accountability and Ideology Shape
           Executive Policies

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      Abstract: AbstractVoters rely on executive politicians to craft effective solutions to difficult problems such as crises. Executives are frequently criticized, however, for exaggerating the degree of action required to address a problem. In this paper, I develop a model of elections in which the incumbent must respond to a crisis. In equilibrium, the executive exaggerates policy in order to appear informed to voter. This exaggeration can be due to well-informed executives overreacting to their information, or uninformed executives posturing and acting boldly, despite their lack of information. I show that limits on executive authority can improve policy responses, but may backfire by limiting discretion and encouraging posturing. Finally, I find that ideological disagreement over how to respond to the crisis can increase overreacting and posturing.Suggested CitationPeter Bils (2023), "Overreacting and Posturing: How Accountability and Ideology Shape Executive Policies", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 2. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00020177
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  • A Letter from the Editors-in-Chief

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      Abstract: AbstractSuggested CitationAnthony Fowler and Stephane Wolton (2023), "A Letter from the Editors-in-Chief", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 1, pp 1-3. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00022138
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  • When the Sorting Hat Sorts Randomly: A Natural Experiment on Culture

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      Abstract: AbstractCulture is a central but elusive concept in the social sciences, and so are its effects. We leverage a natural experiment in the oldest university in East Africa — a cradle of economic and political elites — where students are randomly assigned to live in halls of residence that have maintained distinct student cultures since the 1970s. A broad consensus at the university characterizes certain halls as sociable and activist, and others as academically minded and respectful. Using an original survey of current students and behavioral games, we find that hall cultures influence a mixture of individual and interpersonal outcomes, specifically students' time preferences, identity, and interpersonal trust and generosity. However, they do not influence students' academic performance, social habits, or political preferences. An alumni survey suggests that cultural influence wanes but some effects endure, notably participation in activism. Our results provide novel evidence that cultural influence extends to several social domains.Suggested CitationJoan Ricart-Huguet and Elizabeth Levy Paluck (2023), "When the Sorting Hat Sorts Randomly: A Natural Experiment on Culture", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 1. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00020045
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  • Political Interventions in the Administration of Justice

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      Abstract: AbstractPoliticians may often be tempted to direct the prosecution of their political opponents. We argue that the informational consequences of prosecution are an important determinant of such interference, because only when a prosecutor is free to follow the evidence can his decisions convey information to the public about an opponent's likely guilt — or innocence. We build a game-theoretic model to investigate the implications of this effect. We find that when public opinion is moderately against an incumbent, interference comes at an informational cost, by preventing the public from updating negatively about an opponent. By contrast, when public opinion moderately favors the incumbent, interference confers an informational benefit by preventing the release of potentially exonerating information. Moreover, an accurate court system may sometimes incentivize interference, because it allows citizens to learn even if the initial prosecution was tainted, and, by protecting the truly innocent, may decrease the prosecutor's concerns about wrongful convictions.Suggested CitationCarlo M. Horz and Hannah K. Simpson (2023), "Political Interventions in the Administration of Justice", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 1. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00020181
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  • Democracy and its Vulnerabilities: Dynamics of Democratic Backsliding

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      Abstract: AbstractThe puzzle entailed in erosion of democracy by backsliding --- a process in which the incumbent government takes every opportunity to reduce citizens' ability to remove it by democratic means --- is how a catastrophic situation can be gradually brought about by steps against which people who would be adversely affected do not react in time. We investigate conditions which render democracy impregnable to backsliding and conditions which make it vulnerable. Democracy is sustainable, free from the threat of backsliding, when opposing politicians are neither very attractive nor very unattractive to citizens. To sustain it, citizens must allow more appealing incumbents to gain some security in office. Backsliding occurs either when citizens knowingly consent to erosion of democracy because they find the incumbent highly appealing or when citizens unconditionally oppose the incumbent, so that the incumbent can remain in office only by backsliding.Suggested CitationZhaotian Luo and Adam Przeworski (2023), "Democracy and its Vulnerabilities: Dynamics of Democratic Backsliding", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 1. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00021112
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  • Disfavor or Favor' Assessing the Valence of White Americans' Racial
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      Abstract: AbstractWhen individuals' racial attitudes are associated with their judgments related to race — for example, when people with more negative attitudes toward Blacks are less likely to vote for a Black political candidate — existing studies routinely interpret it as evidence of prejudice against minorities. But theoretically, such associations can represent favoring minorities, disfavoring them, or a combination of both. We provide a conceptual framework to distinguish patterns of favoring and disfavoring against a standard of racial indifference, and test it with a preregistered conjoint experiment. In our results, one widely used measure — the Racial Resentment Scale — captures favoring of Blacks substantially more than disfavoring. This finding calls for greater care in characterizing white Americans' racial attitudes and illustrates ways to improve future research designs. We also describe several extensions that integrate the distinction between favoring and disfavoring into the broader study of racial attitudes.Suggested CitationAlexander Agadjanian, John Carey, Yusaku Horiuchi and Timothy J. Ryan (2023), "Disfavor or Favor' Assessing the Valence of White Americans' Racial Attitudes", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 1. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00021119
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  • A Gap in Our Understanding' Reconsidering the Evidence for Partisan
           Knowledge Gaps

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      Abstract: AbstractConventional wisdom suggests large, persistent gaps between partisans' stores of political knowledge, fanning concerns about democratic accountability. We reconsider the frequency and size of these "partisan knowledge gaps," assembling a dataset of 162,083 responses to 187 items on 47 surveys. We find these gaps are smaller and less frequent than commonly understood; the average is a mere six and a half percentage points and gaps' "signs" run counter to expectations roughly 30% of the time. Additionally, while most question features fail to predict gap size, we find that questions featuring vague response options allow individuals to interpret potential answers through their own biases, inflating gaps' magnitudes. Our findings suggest that knowledge gaps — when they do exist — stem more from motivated responding than genuine differences in factual knowledge.Suggested CitationCarolyn E. Roush and Gaurav Sood (2023), "A Gap in Our Understanding' Reconsidering the Evidence for Partisan Knowledge Gaps", Quarterly Journal of Political Science: Vol. 18: No. 1. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/100.00020178
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