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Ethical Voters and Costly Information Acquisition, Quarterly Journal of Political Science

Abstract

This project applies the basic ethical game methodology we developed in an earlier paper to the problem of voting in large elections with asymmetric information. We will show that the same basic insights about voting derived in the game-theoretic literature also occur in ethical games with the advantage of a sensible micro-level model of participation in elections.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Timothy Feddersen, Alvaro Sandroni

Date Published

2006

Citations

Feddersen, Timothy, and Alvaro Sandroni. 2006. Ethical Voters and Costly Information Acquisition. Quarterly Journal of Political Science. 1(3)

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