Sydney, NSW 2052
UNSW Australia Business School, School of Economics
Religion, Religious Parties, Political Preferences, Democratic Politics, Charitable Organizations
Information Disclosure, Strategic Timing, Bayesian Learning, Credibility vs. Scrutiny
Intimidation, reputation, terrorism, negotiation, brinkmanship, costly war-of-attrition
media and democracy, corruption, defamation, chilling effect
information disclosure, strategic timing, Bayesian learning, credibility vs. scrutiny
pandering, elections, information aggregation
strategic voting, runoff elections, Poisson Games
organizations, collective decisions, political capital, leadership styles
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