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This paper provides a theory of private politics in which an activist seeks to change the production practices of a firm for the purpose of redistribution to those whose interests it supports. The source of the activist's influence is the possibility of support for its cause by the public. The...
This paper presents theories of strategic nonmarket participation in majority‐rule and executive institutions and develops from those theories a set of principles for nonmarket strategy. The theories are based on models of vote recruitment in client and interest‐group politics and on models of...
This paper examines the amount and organization (individual vs. collective) of lobbying by firms in administrative agencies. It explores the power and limitations of the collective‐action theories and transaction‐cost theories in explaining lobbying. It introduces a dataset of over 900 lobbying...
This paper demonstrates that a structurally derived, internationally comparable index of checks and balances on executive discretion created by variation in political structures and party systems affects relative rates of basic telecommunications infrastructure deployment in 147 countries during...
This paper contains a theoretical exploration of the potential effects of an information‐supplying activist on a market for credence goods. Using a non‐cooperative game‐theoretic model with incomplete information, we find that such an activist can alter the decisions of firms and consumers and...
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