Lecture 18

Lecture 18 - 2. Problems in actualizations. a. Lack of...

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Lecture 18 1. Medium Voter Theorem a. Not much difference in candidate due to a need to appeal to the medium voters. b. Movement of candidate's policy with the voters. c. Definition:  Assuming single peak preferences and that main issue that issue which the  election is run can be represented on a single continuum, and that winning policy must be  supported by a majority, the policy of the median voter must be the winning position.
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Problems in actualizations. a. Lack of clarity surrounding who is the median voter b. Lack of believability regarding actions of the candidates. c. One-dimensional 3. Applications in System with Weighted votes. a. Hypothetical: Air quality b. Range between clean air and economic prosperity...
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