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1997 - Volume 38 > Numéro 2

ISSN 0035-2969

The state of the economy and voting : an ambiguous relationship
André BERNARD

pp. 245-264

 

Does the state of the economy influence voting ? This article attempts to find a reply to this question with the examination of numerous works on the subject, for a large part in English, going back to the first studies by Kramer, which analyse the effects of the economy on voting decisions. At the same time it provides an index of all the different types of analysis, generally differing by their method, on this subject, and speaks in particular of complex methods which integrate the economy as a variable factor among others which may effect voting.

 

 

 
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