Eric Crampton

University of Canterbury - Economics and Finance

Lecturer

Private Bag 4800

Christchurch

New Zealand

http://www.econ.canterbury.ac.nz/personal_pages/eric_crampton

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Political Ignorance and Policy Preference

Number of pages: 33 Posted: 05 Mar 2009
Eric Crampton
University of Canterbury - Economics and Finance
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Voter ignorance, cueing, policy preference, determinants of agreement with economists

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Anarchy, Preferences, and Robust Political Economy

Number of pages: 24 Posted: 11 Feb 2009 Last Revised: 13 Feb 2009
Brad Taylor and Eric Crampton
University of Southern Queensland and University of Canterbury - Economics and Finance
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Robust Political Economy, Anarcho-capitalism, Economics of Religion, Ideology, Endogenous Preferences

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Systematically Biased Beliefs About Political Influence: Evidence from the Perceptions of Political Influence on Policy Outcomes Survey

PS: Political Science & Politics, Forthcoming, George Mason Law & Economics Research Paper No. 13-24, GMU Working Paper in Economics No. 13-09
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 29 Mar 2013 Last Revised: 21 Apr 2013
Bryan Caplan, Eric Crampton, Wayne A. Grove and Ilya Somin
George Mason University - Center for Study of Public Choice, University of Canterbury - Economics and Finance, Le Moyne College - Department of Economics and George Mason University - Antonin Scalia Law School, Faculty
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Achen, Bartels, beliefs, budget, Congress, Cutler, economy, education, failure, Federal Reserve Board, federalism, government, ignorance, informed, lay versus expert opinion, peace, policies, politics, polls, president, prosperity, responsibility attribution, results, safety, success, voter bias