The aim of the NICEP Working Paper Series is to serve as a platform to present the work in progress of NICEP members and associates/speakers and to encourage debate and discussion on our research. You are invited to email the authors of the working papers with comments and/or suggestions.
NICEP working papers are freely available online to all and downloadable in pdf format.
2016-01: Does Material Hardship Affect Political Preferences? It Depends on the Political Context by Charlotte Cavaille and Anja Neundorf
2016-02: On the Social Appropriateness of Discrimination by Abigail Barr, Tom Lane and Daniele Nosenzo
2016-03: Existence and Indeterminacy of Markovian Equilibria in Dynamic Bargaining Games by Vincent Anesi and John Duggan
2016-04: Dynamic Bargaining and Stability with Veto Players by Vincent Anesi and John Duggan
2016-05: Corruption and Bicameral Reforms by Giovanni Facchini and Cecilia Testa
2016-06: Manufacturing Extremism: Political Consequences of Profit-Seeking Media by Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay, Kalyan Chatterjee and Jaideep Roy
2016-07: Economic Recessions and Congressional Preferences for Redistribution by Maria Carreri and Edoardo Teso
2016-08: How Much Is That Star in the Window? Professorial Salaries and Research Performance in UK Universities by Gianni De Fraja, Giovanni Facchini and John Gathergood
2016-09: Elections and Divisiveness: Theory and Evidence by Elliott Ash, Massimo Morelli and Richard Van Weelden
2016-10: The Volatility of Volatility: Assessing Uses of the Pedersen Index to Measure Changes in Party Vote Shares by Fernando Casal Bértoa, Kevin Deegan-Krause and Tim Haughton
2016-11: Plaintive Plaintiffs: The First and Last Word in Debates by Elena D’Agostino and Daniel J Seidmann
2016-13: Choosing Your Battles Wisely? Activist Preferences, Party Size and Issue Selection by Chitralekha Basu
2016-14: Labor Market Participation, Political Ideology and Distributive Preferences by Simona Demel, Abigail Barr, Luis Miller and Paloma Ubeda
2017-01: Race, Representation and Policy: Black Elected Officials and Public Spending in the US South by Andrea Bernini, Giovanni Facchini and Cecilia Testa
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