The Determinants of Congressional Voting

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Sample size: n/a Field period: 5/27/2011-10/19/2011 Abstract: One particularly influential theory of Congressional behavior, cartel theory, suggests that parties in Congress act to develop a “brand name” with voters through legislative victories (Cox and McCubbins 2005, 2007). Implicit in cartel theory is the assumption that individual voters reward members in response to legislative wins by par...

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