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Vote Buying Through Resource Allocation in a Government Controlled Sector

By Morten Bennedsen

Abstract

Standard spatial models of political competition give rise to equilibria in which the competing political parties or candidates converge to a common position. In this paper I show how political polarization can be generated in models that focus on the nexus between pre-election interest group lobbying and electoral competition.

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