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Legislative Politics and Behaviour

P192
Bjørn Høyland
Universitetet i Oslo
Building: Sciences Po Floor: 1st Floor Room: Erasme

Abstract

This panel welcomes papers on any topic of legislative politics provided that it contains either a formalized theory and/or a theoretically driven empirical investigation. We are particularly interested in papers that provide theoretically motivated extensions of the standard IRT model for investigating legislative behaviour, for example by taking selection effects, vote-specific party inducements, voting rules, agenda, committee - plenary, bicameral, or dynamic effects into account.

Title Details
EU Legislative Politics: A Strategic Choice View Paper Details
Voting Against Your Constituents: How Lobbying Biases Representation View Paper Details
Dealing with Human Rights in International Organisations View Paper Details
Strategic Abstention in Parliamentary Voting View Paper Details
Measuring Party Competition from Legislative Speeches: Analysis of Japanese Parliamentary Debates, 1953-2011 View Paper Details