Análisis económico de la conducta de los votantes

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César Martinelli

Resumen

En este artículo hago revista de la bibliografía acerca de la microeconomía política en la participación electoral, el voto estratégico y la información de los votantes, con hincapié en avances recientes. Analizo brevemente además algunas consecuencias de esta bibliografía para la consolidación democrática en la América Latina.
Palabras clave:
paradoja de la participación, ley de Duverger, teorema de Condorcet, maldición del votante decisivo, ignorancia racional

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