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date: 24 August 2019

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This article reviews and analyzes many arguments that are made on behalf of bicameralism. The tools used to make these arguments are the spatial model, the multilateral bargaining theory, and a game of incomplete information. The article attempts to distinguish the effects of bicameralism from the effects of other institutional features that often accompany it, such as differing terms of office and super-majoritarian requirements.

Keywords: bicameralism, spatial model, multilateral bargaining theory, game of incomplete information, effects, institutional features, terms of office, super-majoritarian requirements

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