nep-pol New Economics Papers
on Positive Political Economics
Issue of 2005‒09‒02
two papers chosen by
Eugene Beaulieu
University of Calgary

  1. Commercial Television and Voter Information By Andrea Prat; David Strömberg
  2. Iterative elimination of weakly dominated strategies in binary voting agendas with sequential voting By Hummel, Patrick

  1. By: Andrea Prat; David Strömberg
    Date: 2005–08–31
  2. By: Hummel, Patrick
    Keywords: perfect information games, extensive games, backward induction, weakly dominated strategies, iterative elimination of weakly dominated strategies, binary voting agendas, sequential voting
    Date: 2005–08

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