Brennan, H. Geoffrey; Brooks, Michael
There is now a considerable literature operating (one way or another) under the rubrics of 'expressive voting' and expressive political activity more generally. Some of the relevant ideas are to be found in early contributions by mainstream public choice scholars - such as Buchanan (1954b), Downs (1957) and Tullock (1971a) - but the contributions that make the expressive idea a centerpiece of the 'rational actor' approach to political behavior are of more recent origin. Notable examples include...[Show more]
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