Table of contents for The economic vote : how political and economic institutions condition election results / Raymond M. Duch, Randolph Stevenson.

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1. Introduction; Part I. Describing the Economic Vote in Western Democracies: 2. Defining and measuring the economic vote; 3. Patterns of retrospective economic voting in western democracies; 4. Estimation, measurement, and specification; Part II. A Contextual Theory of Rational Retrospective Economic Voting: Competency Signals: 5. Competency signals and rational retrospective economic voting; 6. What do voters know about economic variation and its sources?; 7. Political control of the economy; Part III. A Contextual Theory of Rational Retrospective Economic Voting: Strategic Voting: 8. Responsibility, contention, and the economic vote; 9. The distribution of responsibility and economic voting; 10. The pattern of contention and the economic vote; Part IV. Conclusion and Summary: 11. Conclusion.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Voting -- Economic aspects.
Elections -- Economic aspects.