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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 22, Number 3, November 2010

FIRM-LEVEL DETERMINANTS OF POLITICAL INFLUENCE
pp. 233-256(24)
Authors: CHONG, ALBERTO; GRADSTEIN, MARK

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CAFTA, CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS, AND THE ROLE OF SPECIAL INTERESTS
pp. 282-297(16)
Author: DEVAULT, JAMES M.

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TURNOVER IN POWER AS A RESTRAINT ON INVESTING IN INFLUENCE: EVIDENCE FROM THE POSTCOMMUNIST TRANSITION
pp. 329-361(33)
Authors: MILANOVIC, BRANKO; HOFF, KARLA; HOROWITZ, SHALE

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BREAKING THE IMPEDIMENTS TO BUDGETARY REFORMS: EVIDENCE FROM EUROPE
pp. 362-391(30)
Authors: FABRIZIO, STEFANIA; MODY, ASHOKA

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INVESTING IN INSTITUTIONS
pp. 419-445(27)
Authors: COMPTON, RYAN A.; GIEDEMAN, DANIEL C.; JOHNSON, NOEL D.

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ELECTORAL CYCLES THROUGH LOBBYING
pp. 446-470(25)
Authors: BONOMO, MARCO; TERRA, CRISTINA

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RESOURCE CURSE, POLITICAL ENTRY, AND DEADWEIGHT COSTS
pp. 471-497(27)
Author: TSUI, KEVIN K.

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RATE-CUTTING TAX REFORMS AND CORPORATE TAX COMPETITION IN EUROPE
pp. 498-518(21)
Authors: HEINEMANN, FRIEDRICH; OVERESCH, MICHAEL; RINCKE, JOHANNES

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