Issues in Multi-Dimensional Legislative Bargaining: Collective vs. Particularistic Goods

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In this project, Kagel and Morelli examine legislative bargaining on two dimensions -– particularistic goods and collective goods, or public interest goods that benefit society as a whole. The results of their two game theory experiments run counter to what standard economic theory predicts for legislative bargaining, prompting Kagel and Morelli to provide alternative explanations for these phenomena.


Research project funded in academic years 2006-07, 2007-08, and 2008-09
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public goods, government resource distribution, bargaining