Eyeing the Future: Contamination and Legislative Behavior

  • Federico Ferrara
  • Erik S. Herron
  • Misa Nishikawa

Abstract

Victory or defeat in an election is determined by the formal results, announced during the evening or early morning hours after the polls have closed. Confident candidates and their zealous supporters wait impatiently for the ballots to be tallied in polling stations, aggregated nationally by the proper authorities, and reported by the news media. The losers graciously concede to their opponents and the winners make jubilant speeches. While party tacticians immediately begin planning for the next campaign, victorious parties and candidates also turn to a pressing responsibility: governing the country.

Keywords

Sludge Covariance Banner Concession Compro 

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© Federico Ferrara, Erik S. Herron, and Misa Nishikawa 2005

Authors and Affiliations

  • Federico Ferrara
  • Erik S. Herron
  • Misa Nishikawa

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