Coalition-directed Voting in Multiparty Democracies

Ideology is widely considered to be an important factor in shaping policy outcomes and in influencing election outcomes. We propose a theory of the coalition-directed vote. The argument suggests that voters anticipate the postelection bargains negotiated among potential members of the governing coalition and that these anticipated policy agreements

Responsibility Attribution for Collective Decision Makers

We argue that individuals use responsibility attribution heuristics that apply to collective decisions made, for example, by families, teams within firms, boards in international organizations, or coalition governments. We conduct laboratory and online experiments to tease out the heuristics subjects use in their responsibility attribution for coll

Why We Cheat – Replication Data

Inequality and Redistribution Treatments. We also included treatments that were designed to determine whether subjects conditioned their compliance behaviour on the impact of the tax revenues on redistribution. Accordingly in the first equal salary treatment subjects get the same payment for correct answers to the real effort test (10 cents). This