Damien Bol

King's College London - Department of Political Economy

Lecture in Political Behaviour

Strand Campus

London, WC2R 2LS

United Kingdom

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Endogenous Candidacy in Plurality Rule Elections: Some Explanations of the Number of Candidates and their Polarization

Number of pages: 37 Posted: 18 Dec 2015 Last Revised: 25 Oct 2016
Damien Bol, Arnaud Dellis and Mandar Oak
King's College London - Department of Political Economy, Universite du Quebec a Montreal and University of Adelaide
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Hotelling-Downs model, Endogenous Candidacy, Entry deterrence, Citizen-candidate model, Plurality rule, Polarization, Duverger's law

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Comparison of Voting Procedures Using Models of Electoral Competition with Endogenous Candidacy

Number of pages: 31 Posted: 31 Jan 2016
Damien Bol, Arnaud Dellis and Mandar Oak
King's College London - Department of Political Economy, Universite du Quebec a Montreal and University of Adelaide
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Voting rules, Candidates, Polarization, Duverger's law, Duverger's hypothesis, Electoral competition, Downsian model, citizen-candidate model

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Electoral Rules, Strategic Entry and Polarization

Number of pages: 27 Posted: 04 Jan 2019
King's College London - Department of Political Economy, King's College London, Dept. of Political Economy, Università di Padova and University of Cyprus
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electoral systems; proportional representation; disproportionality; strategic entry; polarization; laboratory experiment

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A Mixed‑Utility Theory of Vote Choice Regret

Public Choice, Vol. 176, 2018
Number of pages: 18 Posted: 29 Aug 2018
King's College London - Department of Political Economy, University of Montreal - Department of Political Science and Paris School of Economics (PSE)
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Voting Behaviour, Expressive Voting, Vote Choice Regret